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OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1922. 



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lilUr Hlld I'CIIK'I 

prirrs ntid prun. 



i««n lor Ihr lu-: 
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' I roal, lumber, 
ore buyiBg. R(^t 
delivery. 

THE WALTEU f ODMO COAL CO 



Dun* fMBCt the Clwir : 
of Oaoiptmtmr 4 O*. 9m  , 

this Mb. 



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It.i'Ii- C.iiniir .'.iii iial iiinl Out 
look one year ^'•'i.Mi; Uail.v l.i xuii: 





IfaMHRP KmT iWa |^Wr l   Sli. lli; 

■ .iliiilx ten a -lav -I'Mial w n k 

Mrs. i'. K. Miiniii aiui aau;;littr. 

Sjitnnlay. 

I-Xiik Bw-hanan, of Uifb 
iNn« l. viMird Mi s iMt 'Mf Vm-t f  
tW rmJL 

Mr ail. I Ml-. A I'. Mra.M.v. 

Oklll. -|M'II| ilic « - -k  'Im1 miIIi M| 

mm4 MfK. A. C. Umin%. 

Ml- l.hi P..'IIr nrrffcar, ef M 
Strrlinf; is visiliii]; htr WMl, Mi 
Mary B — lh w m Ch i t rn g a 

Mr . Kifmr Ottdrnt will pi t 
l!a .ml i« «|Mni l Thaitkx|pvwi; wit 
lirr iiuiit. I r. Ailaliiu- B iL 

litiV Adrian KaiMr. nf Miari*-- 

I'lir;:. -|Miil till' i«a-t tw'i «i l- willl 
III- t;r;iii liinillii'r. Mr-. .Ii'iiiiir .M\«'r-. 

XatbanicI Marklaiul ami wife let I 
SMNday for a lliri'i' ui-ck' -ta\ u'lli 
tliiu -oil. .1 .II,, M.iilJai!.! .It Pan-. 

Mr-. \. N. Mfiitoii. ilauclilcr. Mi - 
U«tli mmi MM. Ami t rw. bavr r  
tiinioil ttmm m vi-k Ut idativan. «l 

i*ari  . 

Mw 4^ I^H-ilW Mark ami ln iir 

iMiiiK-N. I't Sliarp-liiirr. \i il  l Mi-- 
Nilt.c Tb4Nuaa Ibr lall«T |Min la i 
*vr\i. 

Mr-. T. Shroiil riil 'r aiin'il tli • 
brifl;r   rliib jtnil wtbmi of hrr frirtul ■ 
Thar 4Li V ai the hoMr of htr 4aiit.'li 

-11. S. KIrkliii | .i--ti«r of )h   Chri 
II ( liun h hcrv. lolt last wi'ok for 
iliij f with y* iH 

:'tivp» at Sianburj-, Mo. 

!•• ', who has brea al the 
t ho«iiit«l at IliWHaii 

~^| ltKL'- I"!' -iillll- Illlli'. r;lllli' S.l'lir 
 lay Iti -|M-ii i a lew (lays «itli lioiur 

.\rtliiir (Hoc) I'oyli', arriviHl hoin   
!a-i TburMlay iniM the giirfmawnt 
lio-piial at intm, S. C. Mr. C«yle 
al li r s|H n liiif: a fpw 4 JI^ •! hMM 

« il lo Now Mi'xii o. 

t'li.irlc- Ouilfrrll. »lio ha  Ikm-iA 
■vi.rkiiifr l«'r llif t'oiii l'r Mlui-t. Co. 
at Kansas VufS^Bf. fur »mme time, 
lia- rp-iirnpit l^iriMMitiaii and romp 
lioiiK . Cliarli - lia- lioiisrlit a poul 
rooM at, (•harpHbvq; and will tak( 



GMMly Has Good Crop 

Drpiily CiHinly «Vrli, (iia*. Uris- 
• who lia^ h«'ti lakiiifT lli«' i-insii^ 
r the nuiiilH-r of a  rr- ol luliarc-o 
licini; raii-tsl ibU year by iu  iiibrrs 
of ihi- litiriey .\-.« M'ialion 
thai IIhti- air 1.." IMI a' n - in- r.i 
f l liv Ihosf ulio -I^iiril I'oiili'ai l- 
la^t yrar. and that tho^^* who  in^ 
ill,. I'.iilr.ii 1^ till M-.ir "ill | r.ilial I\ 

Mill till' i 'lllll 11|  lo ." .i"'i 

If tin- avprai^r nin..i sitii i ..iiii«l- i 
till- ai-ri' till' lolal wilt In- alMHil 4. 
iiiMi.iMNi |Hiiiiuls of toliai-co for Bat 
 '.iiiiii.\. .\flcr makiiiir tin- I'l-imrt al 
  Ihr ni-ords vrrp sMit In bt'a«k|iuir{ 
l«T~ and Mr. Bri-low says that h 
ilor- mil rriiH'iiilirr llii' ai""iiiit I 
cai-h iiiapslt'hul ili lrii-l Iml tliii 



Tobacco Is Fahly Graded. 

Hini-liir of «'an hoiiM-s, Uul| li M 
Barker  :iys thai -nmr ctowit.. havi 

II lalioiin^' iiiiilrr tlir iiii|)if--ioii 

that Ibi'.v H'oiilil havf to Unng llirn 
rrjiorl-: I lol»ai-«'» to onr of the Inrpri d 4iv 
pi'in: , III ,iiil( r l.i iilit.iiii lli ■ 
Ih'...| ;;railili ;, ami llirrrfoir, llii' lir-l 
|ini-c That is a ni«t«km iilmd Mr. 
Il.irkrr ilcrlnriHl. -vj^ 
••• liii' of llii' | riiiiar\ olijrit- ol 
I III- i r;;aiii/alioii of thi  Ihirh .x 
Iiaa-i-ii liniwert* CiNipi'ralive As.-.o 
fialioti." hi-  ald, *^as |o •*«-•• lliai 
i-M iA loliai ro )rroU't-r ;rrl - lln- -.iiin 

|inri- for ilii- ."aiiit' i|uulily of ioliai'  
end to ritd thi* in.iw-^tii-c of lh * oM 

■Ml .^i-lhri.^. l.\ wliii ll our rrKp 



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|Hiiiiii| a'lil loliai'i'o II 



Sharp h at g distriH «mM ran •h NH| ^l*Ml 'tliality ~okl for I.V a pminil. 
I .^~ i  aifTK aad WyMMiBK ahuwt 43ttf It d H'., iio| mak   ililfi-n-iii-i- a-^ 

II. «ln-Ii- llir iriouiT ilrlm-r- lli- lo 
' o. III' will I III,. ■,aiiM  |;nidin-.: 
viiT, ahpllii-r he di-livers at one 
of lh«  larvrr |ii-«M-ivi«i r imints or at 

111 -lll.lll, -I 11- l-ix itlf | ii|l l III till- 

■ iislrirl. Tile gradi-rs of the asso 
fiation at fhe .e smaller |ioints iir^' 
I1M1I of 111 I ^1 mil, Il .iliilil ', ;iii,| ,,| 
as hijrh i-harai li-r a- the j;rail«-r  al 
the lansrst pmat in (he distriH." 



. tiny Laa- 



Route May Be Changed. 

It i^|i,, --lllll- Mial llii- Nalioiial ami 
*tati- lli'.'liway IK |«iirtiiiriit - may 
I liaii};«  Ibat iiortion of IIh- .Midlaiid 
frail front Mt. Sti^rlini: to Kwintr- 
1,111. .\- III.' foail now nnu the ('. 
4 O. railroad has {o lie enmsed 
twiee and the rnst of enNstr«etia|r 
tw.i liii.l','.', all,] iiiKlirpa — i'- i- | ro 
liiliilixi'. Tilt- I . S. liovt-niiiK'iil ha- 
I'l-eKnrd t* pefMit Vedeml aid on 
I'M. 1.1- , iiiitaiiiiiiir '_'ra.l,- i'ro--iii^-. 
■f lii ri'foiv II i- liki'^ lli.it III.' r.ia.l i 
will In- ,«il -h ti III the lliiik-t.iii | iki' 
..till -.lartiiv; ai the farm of A. S. 
Hart ami W. K Foley and inlersei-l 
the Owinpaville pike jast I hi-, .'^iilr of 
wiaitiitna. The saney showK lhai 
lie diataar* hetween (hrinpiville 
iltlil Mt. Strrlill;: t r -ll.itt.'iH'iI 

iiImiui. a  |iiarter of a luilr shoul.l 
thii^ ehafiue he made. 



Mr 
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Mrs. Katheiine Wilsoti. 

. K.illu i nil- W il '-II, air,'. I S'.i 
tliiil Tuesday iii|;ht after a 
I illne-s of pnenmonia. Sli. 



issioii Fails to I 



The Coniniis^iim whirh iiu-t at 
Kraiikforl Saturday for tin- | iirj o-,- 
ot M'liftiiii; a site for a noniial 
st-huol ti^tani Kentaeky ended in 
a deadlurk after ei^Hiteen hallol   
had heea taken, tht ro Im'Ih;; fou:- 
votes Car PaiatsviUe and lour lot 
Moffvhaad. flhenaaa floodpaatar, 
Kraiikfort ; .lii.l^-i' F.aH W . S. ijlV. ol 
t. Sterliug; Thomas A. I'oiulis, of 
i«tMi: mmi Jmii» Kd C. «N«ar 
leld oat for Mon-lti ail. The Cotit 
i i i i iwiaa will iiu- -t a};aiu m-xt  Satur- 




\v .1 , til,' « I'lu "I Mm. ill \\ il . 
ill I', a -I II. .She 1, -ur-. iu il liy ilaii^li 
Irrs. Mrs. Ann Wyalt, nf Montrniii 
. rv , ouiil\. Mr-. I. lllll, r H.iiii,'l, ..I 
.Vslilaiiil, ami Mr.-. .1. |{. Will-, who 
made her htHae with her aMther 
'IImmiI oiii  and oiio-half iitili- .sutitii 
of tow n. KuiK-ral -i'r\ ii-t-.: »i-r - lu-liI 
.It I 111' ;:iM\ i- ill OwiuK'SVilli- i i-nu lrry 
\\ nliH-Mluy afternoon at 3 o'i'lo -k, 
I'oiidnrted by Rov. J. K. Withoil. 
Pi.r.i-i.i ua- on,' of iha  -i Miil\'- 
  lilt- t uiid must highly rps|i«-i tt-il 
• 'iliaens and is nnrvived hy a host of 
ii'latiM - wliii ha\i- Ihi- sympalliy of 
:!ir , "111111111111 \ 111 llii-ir los^. 



NEW THEATRE 

IJEfir NINO 

Friday Night, December 1st 

In ronneetinn with oar umial Friday nif;ht program wc 

will show 

IN TUK DAYS OF BliFFAiX) BlU. 

a ."^cri.'il riftiiri' foatiiriiiK Art Acoid it) tin- I it k- rule. 
Tlii.s iiii-turi' .sliow.s a •rri'iit ileal of the early hi.sloi-y ot" our 
country ami inaiiy of tin- tioti'il charactci^of the pa.st. in- 
cluding .Mirahani i.iiu-oln. his a.^.-a.s.sination by .lolin Wilkt-s 
Hooth. Kobt. K. \a o, his .•^urrt-iub r at .Appomalox, Imilil- 
int; of the Southern I'acific railnxul. in which Biiilaio Hill 
tuck a thrilling part. 

Note: After the regular profnram has been ran an inter- 
termi. i8ion of 5 minutes will be ifiven in order that those 
who ilo not rare losec this picture may leave. 

No aih aiu-.' in pri(-c. I.'ririilar ailini-.-inii lnr ami L'lH- 

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We Want Your 

TURKEYS 



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W V. will lijivc Imycrs cjill at vour 
^ home with ibe higlMM»t nitirkel piiee. 
D« not sell until you get onr luiee. 

Will pay 1 ((^iit iiioro a poMiid alioNo 
huyei''8 price ilelivereil at uur poultry 
liouse. 



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A' «'niMi| . .-p.ral iii^ Ix-lwi-on Mt. 
sii'riiii;: ami Kl -iuii«;-l ur]{. mm «•» 
iapsnBr. 

IMr KMd fWair* to sat. 6w Ae 

,1, iii.iM-i r.ii i.'ii of Ki'iitii. ky ("lull 
Uomte Made Salad Dressing given hy 
■m. Vdoch at B. C WgmtPa ^kme on 
WiUav, Hot. 3«h. 



out -air.  'ome aad aee oar rto -k 
hc(or« gome elsewhere. It will mean 

mmmg la you. 

OOUDPAKTiiJt * CO. 



■•tiee To Hunters 

4)iir laads are |H sted 



acuiiiB 

ViaU 
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prosei-alcd. 



wxmwuKoo. 




VmM: a tmi, kaail mmm 

s. II Ml, I. 'lllll'-. colleat aa a«' -ount 

IB Bath c-uuiity.- 12.. 14 

enmm nnnxo machink v*y 

('. HaaMlaMV MaaafMt ^Vini-lu- 

ti r. K . 



Ciaeiaaati Tiwes-Star (Daily) and 
O n im tim i W e Oathtok one year $5.t)0. 



J. .\. l'o«-i-r post|M iicd his -ali- 

ataa^aT aa aiL iaa t aT ia i l u a i iit 

vaathi-r. Tlii- -lie wM ha kM 

line ill January. 



Th«- Biirli-y Toliari-o .\ssoi-iation 

now bus 77,IKMI sipiod | )rdges for 
the lf£S erap. ThiK is 
af lha aatia 



At a riecat awetiafr of the Mt. 

i^terling Chaiulicr of CDninirrrc, ways 
and means were disi-ussed for tlii- 
.•■■glitiia af tha raad fiwa JcCer 
siinrille to tho PohiII i-oiiiity linr. 
This road woiilit lir ol ^r,-at ln-iii'lil 
to Mt. RterliiiK inul Monttroim-ry 
eoanly and il would counei-t ilu'iu 
with the rieh ail aeetioa of Cainpton 
and fttaatajk 



Mrs. James Myers and sistors. of 
Wyoauag^ an aMMrii^ iato the dwell - 
iiy kmm imrnai hy Mia. Maa Daagh- 
artyaalUa 



Mrx. a. B. Oray last week mM 91 

turkeys «'hi -h linnilit hi-r .•*'4."iS.l i. 
Thene tarhevs were sold to a Klem- 




tjlieial for Saturday Nov. 2Stii 
AM Lap R«l^. Auto Maakel 

TloiM- Hliiiiki-i£,^ ffi"l I  -}Orinj,'s at 
cokt. Don'^alKtii see IheM: if \on 

aaoi«v«f«lMi' 

B. L. * A. T. BnM K 




James C. Kloiit-, I'rc.-iili'ni of thf 
■ailejr AaMciatioa, saya that aM st 

of ih.- lirJ2 erop la likely to he aold 
ill wiiiti r order aad at an early dn'o. 



lieary L t faM, aaa aC Uda Urate, 
ilet^eased. and Miss Lottie Cl'oai h, 

iin;rlilt'r of David Cron'-h, of n«-ar 
•Mil, were marriiMl at the home of 
ev. R. Ij. Mby Ratarday. 



Ill-re wdl lie an ontertaiiimeiit ami 
iai at Cppw Wlala (lak aefaool 
Thiirsilay Nov. 30, (Thaaks- 
pi\in); ni;:liU. You are rardiaUy in- 



Jiidco H. R. Picvilt, of MontBwm 
riiiinty, was takM 1.1 L.ii' -nIIIi' 
Monday for aa apMBtton for hernia. 
Hill away ^neadu hope f sr a apaady 

re«-ov»'rv. 



Kev. W. A. Hopkni-. of l,oiiis\ illr, 
superiattadmit of Youiij; I'euple's 
woffk of tha PiviAytenaa OhaKii- 

iiihl Ml. Til. •111. 1- Tallxiii. of Ix'xinji- 
toii, -u|ifriiitrii lcnt of lloiiu- Mis- 

siona, wM baU a Saaday KehiMil 

i-oiifcn-ni-e at the l*re»byterian 
• hurrh Kriilay afli-nmon at 2:;i i 
o', l,i,-k. Al-Mi I'Vi-niti^ -i-rvi, i-s al . 
o'clock p. w. liver}-bo4 - rordiaUy 
iavitad. 



Prohlliition Officer Makes Raiil. 

l.a-t S.itiirilay iii;:lit I'r.iliiliitioti 
"lli. , I- IkolK-rt iMilV , a|itiir,',i Kn-i' 
liichard-Hiu lu-ar the di |M t i-i 
I'liester with i-ipht (liiils of iniloi, . .. :. , 
» hiski-y ill an aiit.i. Iii. liani- on . •. .1 
waived exaniiiiinK trial and ga\ ' | { V 
lM iid for bis appearanee hefore thi  I {|i 

Ki'ili'ial • .iiin .il l,.'\:nL.'toil. 'I'll" ' {y 

olIlilT, also took |M(s.sl'--Ui|l of 111 

larjn' Stadehakar t oat iag ear ia «h;  

Mr. Hii lianl-oii lia,| llic li,|ii. r. Be- | i[| 
lori- ani-stiii^ Ki.-liaril^oii, llu- olli-'(R 
. ITS l iiu;;lit a pint uf the BMiottshinr !Sm 
lo make sure of the prudaet. I Sm 



FREE DEMONSTRATION 



Army to havt 
Campaign. 
O ww f to aa aa- r o a s iaipostors ean- 

\a--iii'_' fr.iiii li'Ml-i' III lioii-,' ill till' 
sanu- inaniu-r as the Salvation .Vriiiy. 
the latter body has derided to  *oii- 
ilaet thaii- a|i|)eal for fnnds by mail. 
The letter of a| |H^;ll will he sent oni 
bafan Tbaiiks;;ivin); and tliristma- 



O aan » Oaiaar. asad ahaat 4- i 

-iir-. ilit'd of | nruiiioiiia, at III-' 
lioiiii- of lii^ lirotliiT. Will Cariii-r. i 
iilili  wo-i of lowii. Mr «.is ill Oil 

a few day-. The Intrial was at Kair- 
view jrravi-yard. He is sni^-Sved hy 
l«o lirolliiTs, William ami Siiiml! 
Mr. tianier has been making hi   
baaw with Ua bcotbar, WiH mmw tb. 
daalk af Ua viCe avar a year aga. 



Jeff Deaton, of Pari* has r et arae d 

from X.irlh ('ar.iliii.i wlicn- Iio lia.l 
lic.'ii alli-niliii^ till- loliai-ro niarkt-l-, 
■ mil reports the sales averaging 
alwut 35c a puumi, which is lOe a 
(lound more than it bronght Uist 
yaar. 



id Veaeli, of Lexington, will 
~l e iit niy store on 

. .mY, NOVEMBER 24tli 

UMM) a.Bi.to 3:00 p.m. 

KENTUCKY CLUB 

Home-Made Salad Dressing 
Every housewife is cordially invited 
to attend this flemoiistcatidiia^ 

R G.BYRON 
Home of Quality Groceries 



What Kentncky needs i* mor - 
loiiscrvatioii ot III', - "'111 lllll ill. ml 
ahle liiulier lielwi.\l their lu|i and 
roots and lesH boasting ahoat faaiMy 

Ifi'i-^ wliii li liaMi't till- value of paw- 
|»iiw hushes. — t'oun(-r-.lounial. 





POSTED 
f ar farms nnt posted agaimtt 

hiintiii;r with iloir- aii'l i:"". Viola 
tors are wunu-d that llu-y will lie 
dealt with ai i nidiag lo law 

JAMRS aad JOHN CRAIN. 



Fnui- 

l.cwi- and Wni. Mason, colored 
of thf- Sharj'-hurjr vicinity were con- 
victed of hunting without license last 
week aad faod #1» aad eaat^ aaeh. 



K(»R 8ALB: W» hav.- si-v.-ral 
atied Siafcr awchincs on band which 
we will .scH at i nt | rii t--. Machates 
t lom ■'•S aii'l up 1 - I I 

MMjKH SKWlMi .MACHINK t o.. 
O. C. DaatelwMi, Maai^rr, Wiarhes- 
tir. K\. 



E. H. Gaa^aatcr baa beea ap- 
pointed e malar of Mi— IK-- Kw- 

111^'- will in place uf J. 1.. ami (i. 
KwiiiK who refused to qaalify. John 
L. Vice, JeaNc HaiiiptoH and Roger 
Ammrnaaa have beea appointed ap- 
praimni af Mk. Ewiag'* ealate. 



lar;ro store bnildinR liein? 
by T. 8. Shroat «a Jcffenon 
ia aeari^ 
one of the 
in tha tawa. 



Vp to Monday noon 3M banter's 

' In riiM'- Iki. I lni'ii i--iii'.I liv tlie 

County Clerk. There were a great 
at this time la«t yaar. 



Alfen.i the ilemon-tration of Ker- 
twky Club Uome M:ide Kalail Dress- 
infr at lha'alat« a( B. C. Bynm on 
IV  lflv. Kov. 24th. Yoa will iaaca 
somtrtiuiij; wozth while. 



Taa aat eatdially invited to i 
spe -t onr sto -k of nti\ handise. We 
't. \i- 9f.me wonderfal vafaMa ia dry 
uoods, cleMiii'):^ ahnai^ ala. Lit aa 
altow yaa 

QOODPASIBt * CO. 



.loliii T. Kiiiiliroitu'l! Ir., "lio i^ at 

teiiilin;; rolle;re at Ka^iil I'li, N. C.. 
writes hi- lioine folk- that fanners 
iu that ueighliorlMHMl are very pros- 
lieroas. Tohaeeo is bringing 30e a 



ami eottoa 26p. 



What W\ 

What llie 1 ,11111. I- 111', il. ami the 
fai't should Ih- kept in mind hy the 
Prcaidaat aad bis adriaofw wbaa 

IMtnili rill;; tli,' prolilem of "p.'nna- 
iieiit niaehiiiery" lor the aRrieiill iiml 

and livastaek iadaatriea, is an opiNir- 
lunily to earn a iwt pniHt lii^rher 
than the ralCH of interest they iiin-t 
pay. 

If a I'anuar eaonot earn a net re- 
tara of sis per eeat npim his invest- 
iiieiit in land, improveimnt-, i',|iiip- 
UM«t and livesloi-k, plus a rcjisniialile 
retnm oa bin work «h a laboring pco- 
piietor or a proprietor tiianii^^er, ii." 
-ystein of tiuaiieiiig will keep liim 
oat oC tha bate. 

A fanner shoald ha ahle to borrow 
moeey easily as a husin -ss iiian. 
He should be aide to get mv..  .-y when 
waats it, aad to iwy off aotas 
whea ha u ahle  • do so, witbont 
mora wasta of time or eiu-r^'y than 
siaflar tnaaaetiaaa cost a nercLant. 



I am prep ar ed to esamiae aad Ik 

yi'iir eyes with ^la--. . No i liar-.;;- 
for examination and ^las-es niiist 
lit yoa aad satisfy yoa or aa sale. 

S. D. TIIOMPSOK, 

Begisten.l (Ipl trisl. 



Notice To Cretiltors 

UelH-eia Kwiiij,', .\iliiir, of 

Jaaws Ewiag, deeaaacd, PtawtilT, 

versii.s 

laiiu's M. Kwiii;; et al Defentlaiits. 

Xotice is hereby given lo all per- 
soas having claims against the es 
tate of said decedent, JanM^ Ewing, 
lo file llii'ir ,-hiim , proiH-ryl proven, 
hefore the undersigned coauaisitioner 
oa ar hefora Mbnuoy 1, ItSS. 
LBSUE SHBODT, M. C B. C CL 



NEW THEATRE 



PROGRAM 



FRUkAY. NOVEMBER M 

'The Fourterath Man' 

featuring Kobert Warwick ami 
Bebe DMiieis from fche famoius 
play The Man from Blaakley's'. 
A story of temptation! Heart 
throbs! Extra vatrance! Excite- 
ment! Thrilifi! A sizzling tale 
of a soldier of fortune who play- 
ed throu^rh a mystery and won. 
Who was the fourteenth man. 

.•\ raranidiint i'ictiuv. Also 
Patiic News We^iy. 



• r 



SATURDAY. NOV. 

 i|) 



the Homing' 



SHOES 



I MEN'S $10 00 SHOES AT 
I HALF $5.00 PRICE 

S BrowB aad lUaek 

BOYJS JlKjill TOP SHOES ^VE- 
ClAL rU;CES 

^ See oinr eowiter of $1.00 SiMca, Lii- 
dies' aMi Chikfami'a 



bant- 



NaiiwTa 

 1iir laiiil- are posf. il a; 
iiig with dogs or guns. 

W. HOR8RMAK, 

( M\i,-i.i:^ noKsKM.w. 

li|{.V.\ IIOK.SK.MAN, 
J.T.COYLE. 
PHILLIP WILLIAMS. 

:^ii{ -'. .T. ^r. M(X)RT;. 

N.\T11.\M1.1. M.\!;l l \M) 



featuring Gladys Walton, sup- 1 
imrted by a special cast. No se.\ 
problem^no dark intrigtie— no 
aoeia!l hnjoeritj. Top o' the 
Mominfr* n the kind of a play 
you want to take your wife, your 
mother, or your sister to see. 
CirtumstaiKo.'^ caiiiiotaflFect love 
- love makes uircumstances.'Can 
a lover (•;inu' hetween brother 
and sister? "Top o' flio iMorn- i 
lin^r" is the kind of., -omance j 
you'd like to figure u vourself. j 
AlMUahrwMl C ow aJ y 

TUESDAY. NOVEMBER SMh 
*Mr8. Temple's Telefrnum* 

MAKTIX MAKKL.VXU. t featuring Bryant Waphbum the 

a-RRAJf STEELE [ star who played here ii "It Pays 

.lA.MKs w. sToNK i to Advertiao^" AParamouvtlic- 

BOBE&T SHIELDS iture. ' 

IA c. caovcH , 




LACY-COONS A CO. 



Senator Tmm.m H. Newberry, of j 



Ate: FMlM News W«k|r. 



Mi. liiLTaii. lia^ resi^jiieil his .-eat in 
the United States Senate. His lisht 
to this phfls has bem the sahjeet of 
mm^ eaatiwrers\. In a Iii'i-r to 
liuvenor QraHslicek, .Mr. Newiuaa 
said ha had baaa MMpeiMlla i«a«a 
voluntarily by tha det'- at of his \tr. 
pnhlieaa aalapgaa Stmator lowa- 



WAXTF.D; -alesi !. i. : . . 
"\ .lllll vieiiiity. CummiNsiou c  n- 
Ir.i. , i.aly, ftwr M| a*« tiM • — fall 
tiai. We wiif tearb yoa tn . !! in. 
eor | r, t -, ti.-ii t^ -. v^h i ■ t'rea 
of in.-trurlt  n and ueip ^«Mi 

' Iiu t '!. !i'!iMi; ;'n(l '■■-.-.ra-i 
Cuui ou;-, Aicideut and Ueuiih Dept. 

Sapoav, 





nwiN'-.SVILi.K OUT 



O W I 



^lORKSfORCHILOiMBWh^ 
MOST KEB» WELL ™" 



is PifHqf Elephant 



Mothers in a Like SituatLoa 
Should Read This Letter 



MimiCMC COORT RULES AGAINST 
MMJCer* OF MIKADO K- 
MATURALIZCO 



^ Chieairo. Illinoia.— '1 tonk LjrAs E. 

t inkham'g V.-cPtnhle Comiv^uii.l for ■ 
sprim;* Ir mill.'. I 
had Jri. .1 ii .  tor.s sid 
;JlM- i;hi' s.i-i   -an 
iipiT.iti  Ti. A: !irst I 
only f.'lt tlic pain cm 
my k-i't K'Jo.but later 
I* -( inod tofivlit un 
both Fidi's. I am a 
powi r ecwing-ma- 
chine ont ^-atar mi 
havo a little Kirl to 
suppfTt. I work mm 

Uii]"T kIi. p a'«d tint 

linoi t «Mrk las b« 4a 




ttwm tiaw. I nnt like b  uine'anf 

chanrea, • » I con« :lt.'d my fri -i^ds. ard 
ooe lady aaid. T.ikc l.'- '. i I'l-.khr.rr.'a 
mediciiK^.' M I c.± I ii.ne felt, biiu r 
rtKhtaloni; and a'n in pvidonuuf^heallb 
to to to work. I rv.  Tr nmd your Veg- 
etable C. tnp  iind and Sanati««Wariito 
all. "—Mrs. Mary KNr.i(N . 4M H. Car- 
per Ut St.. Chir.Tr'i. lliirHii.i. 

Often tl • :-i ■■ 1 • 1: 1 . i t  !iupport 
b«r chilJrt'n and r.-vvl h ahh ia iK cv«- 
aary. Lydia K. rinkhnm'a Vofcetabi* 
Gjmpound is ju.n the mt dirine you ran 
depend upoa. It is a mi-dirin   for wo- 
men's ailneals mod tbe relH.-t it brought 
Mra. Enrico it mav briac tovni Kiem 
«en by Uking 1 .;, .;i«&IWtaAiV r 
•table Coovounl. 



Coftte^ Tongue 

Katun's fTarnin/; of 
(^.nrvitipntiitn 
Whfn  rtu .tro ronotipated. 
•ot  'noui:h of Nalure'a 
IMcstimt Umi* ia «m. 
4arad ia tbe bawd to harp 
the food waste coft and 
mo^ipc- I i»rt»tr-i priv »crit»e 
Nujol herauN- it acta like 
thii nalnral lubricaa^ Mlfl 
thoa rep lares it. 

. . Naial ia a 

lubricant — not 
a niedirine or 
laxaiiM — HO 
raniHit . ii c. 



Nujbl 



Ta Th* 

"Gentlemen's Agrecmant" Under 
Which Japanese Immtflratian to 
America Has Been Regulated. 

M :i*liin;;Ioii. .t:i| :iii 'oi' i .iiiiloi hi- 
iiral./i'il in ilir l ii i.'cl Si;ii.'.  .iwi 
«'.lI;li"»T Im'.-oiim' ri:i/.«*Hj ol Ili.s roun 
"■\. ill,' Mi|iri II,' i",'iiri ,•: ili,- l 
M.iii— .li'i i|, -I .11 11- tn^i , .•! s; riii-t i,'M 
oi l"i',l,'i.il i;n!i'S lii'.ir.ii;; ,,n lln' 
aiiliji'i:. I IK' il ', i l i|i u;i« ilii' tir^; ilc 
livereil !•  Jusiifv  :    rs   II. Siillier- 
land an a nM'tiilior of ilte Court, sinil 
and wan baadtsl dawa la a ra^o 
briHwbt bjr Takaa Ozaara. arba ia I'.'M 
aiqtlied f«r ritlae — bln tai Hawaii. 

1 1 U exfwied ta aliraet wi«l ' ;ii 
teniion ihil oalir la the ratlitl Si^n. v. 
lint al ro.id. iMHwilhataadiBi; llu* fail 
ill.' I.' Ill ik.- :iny n'f«'rwi«v of iis .lip- 
I' li.ii;.-   .;u,li -:in v. TIN" •■iisi- li;i» 
Im-i-ii i.fii'l ii:. I,inu ill !hc  ',,iiri, .'111,1 
l.i*: :,'Mii. \\ !i, ti ii*,t,',, 'l .ii-;:ii 
Iiifii; ,!iini,j 11,1' VVn-. h.;l',;i •'■•nfiT 

 ■ .'I At :...l'Ii,'ir I H,ll!.i:i,ltl .n,,l 

I 'ar i:.i :i';-ii (.'ii,'-: .■.•n»,.li'i;i 
ti 'll W..S I'.'^tl'.'lir.l ;lt llii- l-i'iliK'Nl «if 
I 'n' I   '|':i 1 : iin'ii ' ol .lii»i 1,1' 

V,i rrli-KMii i  is. lo !■«• li'iiii,! ill ili   
ili-i ,-ioii |,i till- "si-lil U'liii-u'^ ;i::i 't' 
nit'or" un l Y wliiiii J:i|uiiii k   iiiiini 
j:raii in ia the roantr)' has lN   n r -K 
■laled. 

The a4MreniaMt did Mat »hji rt t« 
tlie ancaaieat «f the raae whrm it was 
reached at ihb lena, aad the Oonrt 
a lt'aiM - l and lieant at tbe snme time 
the  -aae bronchi by Tnkuji Vania- 
Kliila an.l ttiiirlen Ilio Kono :i;::ilii t 
tbe Se«'relarj of Stale of \V:islimulon. 

In an f\li:iii ii( - aii.il  is of iin- 
l,iKi.,ry of iho I -u:iiioii. ilii- «'oiiri 
lit-!. I .^.'.li.ili "Jltfit «.!  ill fiill 

l"r, - lli;it. lIll.liT it, .hipaiicx- 

could noi iilKam tiii/.t-nsbip iu ilit  




HilfiNES NAMES 
OBSBiVEIIS FOR 

NEAR EAST PARLEY 



^lOHTS OF CHRISTIANS ARE TO 
BE STRESSED IN THt 

INSTRUCTIONS 

Americ.ln Intetest I,, M nnt.iimng 
Equ l'it  of Corr.n ei c I I Op; trtfitiity 
In Turkish Territory Subordinated 

to Nsanaaa latataato ia Canfarance. 

w.i-:iiii--t,,,, A'i,'..i~.,i,|..i i; , I, ,1.1 

\\ MSlilill' II ) l.ilil. ;ll Ili'Mli'. Ill,, I .M 11 

i-iiT .lo.-sopii »'. riv«, ill r.iTiio. will 

Im' ilie AiiNM'.tMii ••lisrr* I'f^ ,11 rlo* N»';ir 
K:ijii)-rii 1 niifiTPhrf ::l Lsiu-Hanno. lln' 
St.iii- I ••■| :iriiiioiil iinnoiin -c 1. It  :ir .\il- 
luiral KrI-lot, llii;h •'••ininiMsiont'r at 
 '»aHlantinot l *. will Im- nannil .%» o 
riale t'oniiiiis«;iiii«'r. :!« hi« ollii-r 
i)tllii~' will not |H-r:iiit biin lo lie in 
i.'niinMoiis aiiftiiliihi'e ai llio i-onfrr 



WOMEN m ^i^ AMP-ROOr 

Thoiuianilft of n in n hn - K,.itnry and 
blfnldrr Iri'uM* .nul -t. 

W omen'rt r« iii| l:iifit-( oitt-it | it)vt* to lie 
Ti'ttiinfE t'Nv I 'll ki liM  troiiMf. or Xhm 
re uU of knin»  l-'iiLlt-r iIiim i***. 

If thv kutti ;ti- iHii in a hcaUky cmi- 
tlition. tlity   tlu' otker orgmw 

f.i i. r.-int* ill . . i 

I'.iiti Ml tli  I .  k. hi itl.irht*. f i nil 

l it oti. ti4T\Mii-ii«--^. :ii - iittrii tiiiit-* sjnip 
tnni« lit Uiitii'   tioutilf. 

|)oTi*t ili'I.n -t iiiinff troatnif'fif. Pr. 

K'tt!ll r'-* S\V ■ m ;. ,,t . .1 \'}\\ tll''  }*Tf 

t ip' iMlt. i'i r :r»-'l ll .ili , ': i'. -T"}. Ill, IV 

)•*- jii-l tilt- !• 'Ill ij\ nei'dt'd ti* ovt*iL'uiiie 
noth I'ouditukri". 

iivt a nit'tlmm or hnee we Ktftle im- 
nif'Iiitrly frt'Tti iin tliMir -! iif 

|l""«\ r. it M'li i  h ti: ; lit tr t Ihi" 
(crtMt |Htf;ir iii«*ii ^•ll•t ti-u t-* iit * U* I r. 
Kilmer A l*i ., lUiiicliMtott, N. Y.. fi r a 
Mimple bnttle. Wlirn vritinK l*e pmrr and 
■mtioB thi'' iM|H'r.— AdvrrtUonit'iit. 



STILL EXPLODES; ' 
KATH Tlli HVEl 



MlltDtNM RAZKO IN CHICAGO | 




Brick Structure At CaWran Of Flame 
and Sntoha — Fire Chief Displays An 
Extraardtaary Exhibition of Heroism 
in Rescue of Several Families. 



Mil, I, 



Tha Nni pi»:iii,\ i'i i baiil ever aent fr«iia Afrirti rect-nily arrived at tbe Imu 
flon caa. H waa alil|tped fnaa tba rreaeb aabaua. Tba adalt aMk  parent nf 
tills bahy eleidiaai wax iih it. aad meaanivd only rtx feat bUlb. Tbe baby Is but 
two jrear* nt«l aiMl « tandii  ailjr three feet biKb. 



Ta Viait Nina Cttiaa 



FEAR OF WAR IS 
DISPEUEDBYNOTE 



ttOVCRMMCNT AOREES 
TO ASIOC CV MUOAHIA 
PACT 



At 

fara Wttb 



Ta Be 

Tatli BataBate 



Held 
Can. 



SQU££Z£D 
TO DEATH 

When the bod)- begins to stiffen 
and nxwetnent becomes peinfol 
h is usually an indication that the 
kidreys are oai of ordri . Ki ep 
me organs healthy bf taki 

Lath rop*S 



\ow York. ' Tin- Itinerary 4»f 

 :.•.. I .   'li'iiK'nivaii. Tis«T of Krawe. I 
in.' i I,'- xisii« to nine .Imerifun ritliv ; 

I . '. .'. !».. Ill six of them. Colonel i 
r. M II, -ll*!'. v\ lio N arraiiicin;: l!i' 
t" ir .'f till' f.iriMcr rriMiiu-r, an 
11,1111. .' I TIkt.' iiia.v l ,' , li;in-c~ im ] 

til.' -ilii'illli,'. II Has  .li,|. lull ;is it 

'i.iii'N I I iiitMit will -.iMMk in \.'« j 

\":k. II'..:. .11. « "hii'.-l;;,,. Si. I.,,lli«. 

\\ .,-l,in.i'in and Philadelphia, and uill! 
» ; ."^i.i inirlield, H. 
Aniia|M liii, 



.\ny iiiiiiieiliate ilaii 
ln'trterii Ihr allif« 
all! Ii-'i i' ii'^ ».»'oiiis 
si|ialoi| li,\ iivi'ivt I'.v 
•ll- fi.,iii ilio .\iiuoia 
i.iriiiL- ili.u till- Ifriii* 
.11 iiiisi 1, 1' 1 \\ ill 
ilio .Vai i, ii.'il:8l-, ami 
I iImi Hum-.' will lie no iii'-Nii-m-e on tin- 
uiiliilra»al of allieil iriMtps frmn iIk' 

eoii- 



I ',111s; ,1111 . -i.'ple 
^iT of .1 luiilur,' 
an.l ilii' K,-!ii:iI.~ 

I,t tl.lM^ ! !l lli-S 

111,- ;ll'i,'S .,' :l h' 
  o \ I'l llllli'lll, ill', 

ol till' Mihlania 
111' i'i-«|»'i It',1 liy 



la Denied 



Waohiastna.— tle^-emnient KUlttasc 
III the inier-iiiai'liil trade will ant lie 



aonex laid dHwu la tbe Madaaia 

! «-ention, 

I The aiMe. arbit-h had lieen awaiii'il 
eaierly for aerenil daya, hrouslii ro 
lief to tbe allied aatbttrltiea aad tbe 

pt pal.ilbm nf tlie «-apital. who bail 

iIoiiIiiinI tlie intetilion« of llie .\n::ora 
•vol nil. flit. It is fell here thai the 
liiila\ or ilile n-^vpiioti of the Keiiial 
i«i iloiiiaiids lliroiishoiil the uorld 
 'aii i'il ilieai to rve»ll ii)ler llieir ileri- 



1'olr.twn. ihe siii| |iini: llnard an- 1 oi""'' -kkI adi ^i l a aawie eaariHatory 



I'l 




mull. n, t withsianilinu the eoaten- 
I of | ri\atel\ Kunoil •■onipanU « that 
— \ i , was ,,\ i-r tonnafod, and 
ti tl.o I ;o\ I'i niiietil slui» sli.nild ho 
«.i.,ir:n\n in .jiistiri- i,, tlic |irivali- 
.■. :!■ ', Il l's.   ',,iiiiiiissi..ni'r   'li;.tiilii'r 
l:iiii. lioMcnaleil hy the Shipping: Iloard 
til vmMtr tbe r e  ae m far renan-al of 
Ibe GannaMM t  
atctos mt 



Ta 



sine* ie96. Take teituUrlv and 
In gooi With. In lhre» 
I rapra 



COCKIIOAeNES 

BUGS 



\,'« V.irk.   'oiiiiii.inilor Ii\ .in_-, lini' 
It.xitl, liao writtep in iiii  ilil, r:.il for 
till. no\: iB-iio of till' W.ir  "r\. official 
!;"ii .\Tiiij wi'i'kl.x. Ilia; silo Is 
r,' , l\ I 1 ,ilii'y the e\|M'  ti'il order of 
tonoral Brainwell Booth, whieb will 
cwaove ber as tbe bead of tbe Baltra- 
tfcai Army ta A a i eri ea Oaaearted ef- 
fort bas baea mml^^ by lara» •i(anb..i 
tbau aad praastaaat sawrterii to 




■ASM-Y KILLCn BY USINC 

STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE 

1' t'.f ' V 's '*'F fcr ' ■ . It fore— 
Ihr^* (v*iit» t .  run frin," hi ; r.tr ir^t'r 

mn4 fn— h air. A 15- l  » t r. .'n. u*rh 

Co kill ^« In let rnts ,'r i:.,. . .. t II from 

roar dnc er^»a*r«l «ur* drsltr Uxlar. 



4 tomr 41 

/ ' on 



net Ml .—Tbe Federal. "prahMrtaa 
naty" uprratiac bi tha DatMit Birer 
aaBarad a mataa arboi Uattad Staten 
C saiaii Hl a ir J. Btanley Hafd haaded 

dow n an iipinloti that search of motors 
I rusiioi leil of rarryinc liquor from 



\ 



QREEN MOUNTAIN 

ASTHMA 




COMPOUND 

Qiiicli.r TviicTeB xh^ .1iwri-r«A 
Injr p A r X \ fciu ». I aed for 

aatieririirr in irratrn'^iil of 




IF YOUR 




Uses -Cutter V 

Serum* tnd Vaccine* hrii 

J . h .S ^ tx-l to ,.fc,n..s1-.i- 

mtrrotfc. l.^ 'cjn 
;..n...-n't«tHW  m 
.iTk- linrr^iunctac 
^KiK-thiiis. 

taboimtory 

*it (Ml Mm." 
 l Ucr-'l CaUranrfa 



li MBariMMwIt 

Mrs. B.— « twUerr aa. Bha 

OwantAvbr 



 '..nada was Illegal, mile'tn the Honor 
a;:iMi|s lirKi oluaiiied a search warrant. 
I'l.'.i I'ilii n heads i.ail i-onieniloil thai 
I,, ol'i.iin warrants in ,'a, li , ,is,' w.,iil,i 
baaiiter tbe work of tbeir departineot. 



I ,:i,in. The Huron I'orilaml (V- 
n i'iK t',,iiii,Mn  s ilistrihuiinn plant for 
this afi'ii u.is lii'si royi',I li,\ tire here. 
Till' properi.x ioss was estitiialtsl at 
SU.'^i.iNK*. A dense siiioke screen. ,-aiis- 
ed by Ihe hurnini: of l.iKHi.iiii)) ctton 
aaeka, baadi capped the Hre tiKhters, 
a acofc af companies, ulonx wiili 
Bi* b s a t^ were l a^a to id lo aaairoi 
tbe Mase. Hie arlcla iras ant deter- 

Bllneil 



ailitiiili 

While all the clauses . { I^e .\a- 
tlonalist nolo .ire noi wli.,n  ac, ept 
alile or |,lp.isiii- to ihe .Vll.cs. ll,,. ,1.,. 
iiiiieiii ia  'oiis.idered to offer u re.isoii 

ahle barfa for dlsfiiiliai aad BeBot'ii 

lion. 

Paria. — Inmin Pasha, head of the 
Tarfciab drfa g atluB la ibe Laawintie 
Oaatoraoce. dtarasasd the Near 
With PmHler Poianire, 
aad at tbe roarintea af tbe Inier- 
vtear daelaicd: 

"My eo wf erea e witb IL Poiarare 
was III, 1st satisfaetory." 

.\i:,'r a sU.e|ilesK ni;:lit and a busy 
dai}, Isiiiet ns-eived .'si or Ittore ntr- 
res|Mindenis at bla ^tMrtera at tbe 
IVolel Crlllon. 

"If there are any fresh in, iileiiis at 
Coiislatitlno|ile. it w.in'i 1,,' ,.iir r.mli." 

IsIIUM sciil "W, ,:.,:\- ,.,.i.e a;s,. 

You may be sure that whate\er »•' 

alga aw vW aat vWate." 



■EVER AfiAM, SAY SPEEDERS 

After Visiting Child Victims ot Rcck. 
less Auto Drivers — Jail Terms 
Far ONsadars 



I elr,,;i. Mi. ll Twent.v e;;;lil liiotor- 
isls v\li"iii .lii.Ue riialles I.. I!:inlett. 
,'f It,'. .'1,1, I s r,.iir:. f.'iiml to he tiillt.N 

"I s(i liii;: an, I v\ ho were ordiTed to 

the l«cir,':i ll'.ii r r,.irc,ti,,n for 

from two I,, ili.ii\ ilais. were cscirt- 
I'll Iliroll.:!, the war,l ,,1' Uc, ■,: \ .lli; II, is 
pila! w!,,'i-e , liil.li-eri iiiuicl in iralli,- 
ac, i,lenis are , ,'nti!ic,|. ili.n ihey iiiiL'h! 
si'e Ihe results of reckless ilrivinir 

Two aiiloniohile drixers who pilotiHl 
their ears tbrtHMtb Mifety xones were 
sent lo Jail. This Is the Arsi liiue 
thai Jail MMltearea have bera laHw « l 
for this  ifreiiiie. Jadce Bartlett said 
litis u'oiilil lie hi* pidlry ft^tiu Buar «■■. 

Many of the men who had Iteen sul- 
len and bitter when they receiveil 
their Jail terms. ;;rew ihoii;;h|fiil when 
lliev  .siii'il ilie injured I'liililren at 
till' liospiial .Many voued audibly 
thai tlii'te »,'ii|,l he n,, o|i|iortlinit.\ 

;.,i- .iii.v ,ini' I., .I'li'si ilieiii in the 

fllllll-,' ,.11 a • !i 11-.., ■ "f s| I i;- 

"DEAD LINES" FOR CROOKS 

Extended In New York City For Pro- 

tactiaa af tba Fiaaaeial 



lii.sirii, ii,'i 
i, .Hi L r.,ii|, '.x , . I ,1. 
\ icrt ji'iini ol' ilie ' 
iiieni :•■ 1 ll.' r.'aco 
,.'11 l.il. llu .iM\ ' :i 
::, l .ir.'.iis llieuis. 
Iicel, sell' lo .\|r. I 
:.T..I1|. 

I  'liai'Iiiii-ii! oili, 
nieni on the naiiin 
under wbirh tli - 



!■ A ll 

11. |,1,'s 

asiiiin;!. 

oIlTi'l s 

! in Ilie 

.'s. ., i ' 

il'l 



lie .\llier 
l.t.li- the 
1  ;o\elll 

1 H^: Willi 
• e lie 
hav .' 

.f :!,,' 



In All Humihty. 

M'li iliink ll . I i;ai., i.il r*. 
11 the wcrM oiiu-ht to lie 

for Ilie 



-11, .» 
latioiisl,i|, 

adhisieiiv 

"Tnint for me to s„y." replie l 
Fanner Corniossel. "l ian'» even set 
the iiiorU'av'e pabi ••(t of n TitMii-re 

fanu." 



IM-I' 
li"'.l.|.V 
he 1,1 , 



.ll.s w ,,lll.| II.. I , ..111 
of l!ie illslril.-Iiohs 
iilisei xers \t ill act 



The wii|i^ of .%UH riean iNiriicip.nlon 
in tbe priMveilincii at lainsaiine. h. w 
ever, wa* iiulte dearly ilellniHl hy 
Seeretary Hu«he» liefnre rei-eipt of the 
allied invllutioB. 

The poiniM enunienileil by S«.« reMry 
llii;:hes lay utress utMin "Ilie liiainten 
aiice of ca|ii'iila!ions whleb may lie 
essential to ilie a|i|iro|iriaIe safe 
miardin;.- of imn .Mo-iem Intel csis." 
and "Ihe |iroiei I ion. iin ler proper 
Sliar.iiilees. oT iih.i'i" '''■■•:• '. e.lliea 
lioiial ami reliui.nis iiis i: iinons " 

.Vi.ierii'an iiiliT,'-' m ii .i.ii'.i niii^ 
ei|ii.ilii  111 , ..ii.iiii r, iai . ,| .i ...i ' uii : i \ in 

Turkish lei i ii.,r\ , vv;, ; :i.!i,isi/,',l at 

sever.il ii,iitiis in .Mr llu.:,. s- ... i,.,,iini 
eatloii. is left to ihir,l iiloo in this 
labulaleil outline of pariiciil.ir (loiiits 
of Aaieriraa nineeriL 



DYED HER BABY'S COAT. 
A SKIRT AND CURTAINS 
WITH 'iNAMORD DYES" 

r'.T, ll ti.'V.i^'c ,.f "lli.iiiii'iiil fhrs** con 
taiiis liiriHtaiiis S.I siitiple any wciiian laa 
dye or tiwt lirr old. worn. f:«lnl thinas 
m'W. Krrn if she li.is never dyed hcforr, 
she i*an fmf a new. ricli c .Ii.r intr  sli il.l.y 
skirt«, drc-isi's, vi.u-t-. .. .its. yt... km^s, 
iiHi'iti'rs. cMTifi;:.-. ilr.iticrii'.4. li.in;:infc!s. 
cvi rj thiiii!. Ilii\ Ih.iniiinil |)mi— ii., other 
kin, I thill |.#'ifi'ct hi.riir ilyrinir i.^ piar- 
aiili'fd. .Ib«t till your dnitfitirt whrtlier 
tlie matrriil you wish to dye is wool or 
silk, or wlirtlier it in linen, cotton, 
auxed (nnds. Diamond ftyen nenr 
Bpot. fade or tun.— .Xdvertiseawat. 



Novelties. 

■■| o joii think he cmatry neeiU a 

new party?" 

".No." replh-d S.': nl-.r Sorsbuni. "If 
the old |mrti«!iker|i«AaH diryiiij: iheir 
Itatfonmi fur a few more yenra. ibey'll 
offer all Ibe poHtiral Buvelilca any- 
body etNild rensonubly da-slre.'* 



L W. W. Aad Bads Bplit 



Xe\ York.— New *Hiead lines" mark- 
ins larsi* iireaH wllhia whii-h men with 
erimlnal rer irds will be arrested on 
nielli, have l»e»'n laid down for the pro- 
teetion of nierelianis and holiday shop- 
(lers. it wan announ -e l at |M llee liead- 
i|iiarters after a eonferenee of all po- 
lice liis|ieetors of Xew Y'lirk. 

Tin- ol,| "ileiil lines" iirofectiiiL' the 
llnaiicial ili-tri,i was known lor 
to crooks t liroiii,iioiit the counlry. I!\ 
rillin::, lii we\er. the criiiiin.il visitors 
to town uill ni-i'il lo lilo, k o(T two 
more lar;:e seciions a,  "n, 'itr.il zones" 
on ilieir i oi ket ma|.-. Tlie il.iwnionii 
■'I, -a, I lines" in,lii,h' lioiii Wall str.-.'l 
and Maiden lane, tliil  coinprisin;: l otli 

the BRaBdal aad the Jewelr  veatera. 



Kactiona' li-his heiwi-en the Com- 
munist party. leineM-niini ICilssi.ul 

CtHumaaiais in ihU iininir.v. and In- 
daatrtal WorfcerM of the World. vver« 
reveakHl ai tbe annual eonveiition of 
tbe laila 4rial Workers of tlie Woml. 
CnnniaalalM, ai^ennUnc to a report hv 
Walter Batllh. former member of ilie 
I. W. W. Kseeatlve RtMnl. r« vatly 
trained etlltorinl rnatr^d of thive I. W. 
W. new sii.'ijiers ||, ih), miamry. anil 
iiae«l 'iiei'i to dtatemniaie Rnssi.m 
pro|iau.iiid.i 

Election Rcault A Tie 



WaablBKtoa. Pa.— More than J.*i. Rirt 
vt4es were east for State Seautor 
from Ihe IVaahlnicliMHlreene Coumy 
lilsiriei Noveiidier 7 and tbe n-KnIt 

I was a tie. Coniiiion I'letis .lndi:e Kr- 
ye.iis «;n Cutiiiiiins today ruled that IT votes 
c.isi in the llflli precinct of .Mcl h.nald 
were illeual and the con -eiiuence was 
iliai tl,,' ollicial eoiuii s|,..weil PJ.T.-i" 
Notes tor l'..|..n.'l .1:111'. -s .\ I'.riiett 
an.l tin: -aiiic niinilier l.-r i;c..r;;e It. 
S|irowl . The .XI, |i. n il, I i.rc im t in 
dispute is localeii in .\lle'ji,, n   'oiint\. 



Dies MysteriatMly 



Mavy Figure To Stand 



1 



rati 



Mm 



Old Building Collapaaa 




years old. 



Suits of Armor Uaad 



For Coldf. Croup and Pains. 

t"so V.-l, ' , 1 -I'. 'l ■' 1 . 'i.'\ I'S !lt 

on -e. .\\,'i.! Iniii..!;.';.". .\sk yoiti 
dniairiat. I-:. W. \.i. lier. Inc Ken 



Wiica I was a fn-shataa 
tchonl I had a rnndi on one of ny 
faaeiierB aad was oasious to always 
-AJt'ear nt tiiy iM wt before her. 

One eveiiiiis after . el.iK.l 1 relumed 
tf. till- r ~.!ii to talk T. her. She was 
has  nnd told me to sit .lowi, on a low 
•H..'il by her ilesk ti. wait. I l.a, kisl 
a|  and cil dow n. 

The Janitor bad le |iull me out of 
the waNiliasket. wliieh | had mls- 
tofccB far tbe stool —Kxolmnee. 



New York — So powerful Is tlie new 
\-ray machine eshihiied ai Columbia 

I'nlveniity at the o|M nin;: of the na- 
tional cancer week iiiai the |ihyaidana 
operatin;: it have lo vxear suits of ar- 
mor. Ilones in the hand can lie pho- 
lo^apbed at a distaoee of .'i ) fe.-!. 

The ta fh l Be rays caa go throuiih a 
brick wail tsro Coat tbiek. Hays are 

iBf b la Inattb.'irhli? * 





Not for Discussion. 

"I iindcrstaml .\oi.r . aiiiiiaicn fund 
Ic quite lar::e." 

"lyet'n rlinnce the milijeet," Inter 
rapted (senator BorKhnni. "It Isn't 
larpe enoosh U be worth mention- 



Lae Goa-in 
$.'■011 
■nd, 

J. C. iSowln, In wbieh attorneys aald 

was the linit suit of its ki: d they bad 
liiard of in the state. Mr^. Cowin 
sued her liiishand for SMK^tnto rharnin^ 
lireach of iiiariial ."nirad on tin 
^r..iinil that he tool l,er iliirinj; li.s 
Courtship that he was wealthy anil 
iiiulil liiiilil .1 tine Inline for her, take 
her (rdveliQi; and clothe her in a man 
aer ia keepiiq: witli her scale ni livin;; 



CMaaAaik O.— 0«riab af tbe l»  - 
ttiait, Toledo and Imatoa Railway, 
iim-neil by Henry KonI, tiled applii-a- 
tlon with tbe State Piiblle I'tililies 
Coiiiniission for perinissioti to ls.sue 
invesiiiieiil sm^nrities to their em- 
ployees. The atiiolini Is iioi to e\ceci| 
.«|.i)ii ), SNi and the •eiiiti,ai,'s are i, | 
lie in ilenoiiiinaiions of sI.ihki. S.",oii j 

an.l SlINI ll.'.irillK w.is hveil lo. !;i.' 

eoiniiibiison for Weilncsda.N . N'oveiiili. 
St ml-^* p. ni. 



toishen. Itid." I.ouis 1.. V 
old. lo'-hen. pioneer res^ 
• J' slnn lli'sp'lal o-p, ;  
li.iil shot his wife. 
W in. I"J years ,ili|, .mil i 
Dliz.ilielli Tl i/lali. ! I. .ll, 
in a critical cunilitioii an, I tli. 
not recover. \\ h.- I cai|se,l lii,' 
of Witt has II ll 111 en ileleriiiineii. .v 
few iiiintiles .liter he slmi h|.s wife 
and stepdaughter |ioliee found bini ly- 
IBC aa Ibe BiNMr of a a tirfcahaii ia Ibe 
rrar of bis rratd r ac e. 



.1 



r,ir,e of 
|"-,ai.le.l 



alio of Utiles an,! 

Itiaaa la Genuan.v, liunger riots 
aaa reported frsai Uaeaaeidorf. Os- 
lad Haa ibarK . Ia DBsaatHarf 
Im considerable |daadi f iaa of 

shops. Police are power l e a a aad the 

niunieipal authorities have sent a re- 
tpiest to the .\llied ('ouiiiils.sion for 
(leniiission to briliK ia 3UU iMdice rein- 
forcements. Tkm lataaat has been 

refu.seil. 

Posse Trails Gunmen 

Saacatuck, Mieh.— .V posse leil hy F. 
H. I wl aad. depaty wardiea of tbe loata 
pclaM. aad aafcr aideni to ahaat to 
kill, waa ia claaa paiaall of foar atess- 
bers of tbe Toledo rsnr" of (oaaiea 

who escaped from the jirison. 



Spanking la Advocated 

Xew Orleans, l.a. To see w hether or 
not a s|iaiikinu will do as iiiiicli as 
Court |iroceiliire, Sii|ierinieniletlt "f 
Police Moloney has issneil an onlor 
that all hoys taken in , iistoilj fur 
minor offenses, sii, h as l..iierin:.-. Ii,' 
taken to their hoines .in,| iiiriieil oxer 
to their parents unti s)ianke,t in ir,,nt 
of the oflieer, inslead of heiti;: held for 
the Juvenile Court. Poliiv were in- 
atracted to explaia the rirainistumes 
lo the paiaato aad ataalt rrsulta be- 
foi« taaklag ttnmt iiharBss acainst 
tbe yi 



New Vorfc. — Tbe Aaifrleaa Badaeer- 

111.' .sitandard C4iaMaillee baa appiiinteil 
., s,„.i lal , ,iminittee to I 'o o perate with 
t;,e_ I'l'ilcral SiHM-lliesitions lloard in 
eliniillallon of ili tTerences lietween 
coiuniercial and Kederal specitications 
fi r tiovernment pun-bases, it was an 
noaared. Tbe new cumiiiiitee, it was 
»aid. plaaa to save ba al a e as awa and 
ilie U wret aa i ra t arilllons of Mlurs. 
CoaaidHatiaa of apeelBratlons 
draa-a ap by tbe Federal Board was 
beinin hy the new iHMly. 



ishin:;io:i. .\n enli- 
II. Ihe same as ii . \ 
* ihe itiiil;:!'! Ilrreails prei i liii ll.i r  
I estitnale for the ne\i lis. .il year, 
^o tbe House .\ii| ropriatiiins t'l.ni- 
|e's udlneiHaaiiltee which will lie- 
iie work uf framinic the IIKSI »iii - 
^Ul anoa. Metnber* of the I oin- 
iiiii 4e Indlciitml iliMl the II sure wonlc 
lie ai-eepted. since the IIou,4e had it. 
sisted on it last winter after a llior- 
•lUKh :n\e  ligiitittn «if Navy |lepartuie:f 



Important to Mothara 

Rxnniiiie carefully every iHitlle Of 
CA.STmUIA. tlcit famous Villi retnedy 

for infants a,,,i , ir. •.. a-.i that It 

la Use tat Over 90 Tears. 

ChildKB C17 for Fletdwr'g CMoia 



"Uood nHtrnlas, Mr. Wombat, bow^ 

yonr coif V 

"1 doiri pluy it. If you've i^h any- 
tbiat; to mHI. staff your diacoarac." — 
Lnalrllle Cowrler.Ja mML 



Conceit is a 
la banaa auiU 



weed that 




Chi. ai-.i. Ill K\|ilosi.iii .if a moon 
shine still in a :.t.i. . r\ :'..! I.n\ ed hy 
lire ri'sii!ii'.| in the .h aihs .iml ^uissili 
iiily of ri\e iiii-sinj .hiMren als.. Ih-- 
in^ .le.i.l. .It's! 1 11. 1 ;. '11 of tw.i l nililiii;:s 
ami an evi r.t..ril.na ry i'\ hihit ion of 
heroism an, I -,io(| Jud;:iiient hy Chief 

Frank Kraibaml. af tbe Flflb |-..ii 
talioa. 

.%lllMMidl ua the !K-ene within a 
minate after Ihe e\| loai4Hi. the tire 
ntthters found the brirk nirtMlarr a 
eiiblriHi itf dame aad aaMfce. The 
seeotiii iliHtr was knowa to be tbe home 
of scleral famlHea, with amay small 
ehihlren. To tara tbe water iatn the 
liiiil'liii;: iniabt have been danaeroiis 
to them. 

Chief Itr.iih.iinl donned a is m.isk 
iii'l etiieritl till- hiiildini: Ilii..ii;;h a 
v irnl.iw limkeii l.y the llreiiien. He 
p.'niiii'eil oiiiy his .'haiiffeiir, Ch.irles 
I'.r.iTT. to a. , ..'MI, any h lii. 

TelliiiL' llie others |.i willihol.l the 
wa'er iini.i they r.-t uriie' I. the Chief 
•inn ky as. . inle.l i.i the si,.,. pin;.- ipiar 
ten*, ill*, liremeii nieanwhiU' '.ein;: 
lillliied In li::htilix the tire in the base 

men I. 

ll waa 31 minulex liefore Cliief I'.rai 
haiHl appeared rarrylas with hini a 
ebibl aatb r each ana. lie retamed 
•inickly and after W mianle* hrmieht 
out another child. Fear for Kral- 
iiand's life wa* felt by the aaxioiis 
firemen, who were pndllMled hy his 
orders from atteiiiptin:; to po to his 
aid. r.ratt meantime was hrin^in-.: 
out other . hil.lren. some alive, others | 
ilea, I. .Ml were riislie.l to St. .Mary's ; 
l|os|.ii.ii ,,n the luillitm to one  -hanee 
that ai'iiti, !.il ri j iphr a tbia adjtbt restore 

life to them. 

T!ie known .l.-nl: Ste\e ISottiniK !  
years iilil: .M.iry I'.oUiiio. 7 : .\nioinetie 
It iliiiio. .t : Mrs. .1.1, , ,h tei .loine and 
her infant child, ll is said that two 
otiierx are dyiiit: in a lios|iital. 

Jacoh Verilome was Ihe owner of 
the cruirery. He e«-a|ied death ami is 
la M. Mary'n Ibispilal Kidly biwne i. 
Tbe budkm uf bia wite aad baby were 
reeovered fruw ihe nriaii. the bahy 
tightly clasped lo Its aadber'a brrasi 

Jo sep h Botthio aad bis wife -lo- 
"iliha. were rescued and their three 
I hil.lren s;i\ed were thoMe bmuirht out 
l y I'raihatid. .Mary and Steve l!ot- 
tiiio were alive when taken from ihe 
hiiildin:: hut d'ed later in the liospit il 
.lack, the' ei'lest. w iio is II years ol'l. 
aii'l l.oiiis. ."i. were iHirtitsl serioiisly . i 

.\ sllil was I'.iiiml in the ruins. To- j 
liie le.irne.l tha: e o h ,l.i  a hatch of 
v\ll:sky vv.is lonkcl lip suHicienf only ; 
for the ila.\'s hiisiiiess. X'enlome wa-* ! 
Iilaeiit under arri-st in the hospital. 
I'oliee estiiiialeil the ca|Kicity of the i 

home distillery at aW mllott* a  ^:\y. 
Beside* tbe liainor vlolalbia ebar.:e. 
Yi rd ii mt amy be held wsp saa l b l i for 
tbe deaiha of bbi wife aad rbild and 
Ihe other virtliaa arronUan to poliee. 



Fudged 

—ThtfirsI choktaf eighl tenerationt 

Baker*B 

Chog^ te 

For ntaking cako, pisi^ 
t&ngs, frosting, km CMatn, 
sauces. fiK^flas. koCand cold 
tJimlt^ 

For mora tkan 




W 9— Ai. 

chocolate Kaf 
bean til* stamiaTj 
|or paril;^ JJi- 



h if tttotaagM:; raJiaU^ 



WasfB*rftC.ui 



OOBCHESTER. MASS. 



WLDOUGLAS 

*5 *6t7 l«8 SHOES ."^.a 



■'«.» v» ^ t ~ ki#a av^i_i^ i ouau 
W. I . Doa laa shon are actually de- 
maorted ye«r mtttr year by more penpia 
tliaa way other sltoe In the world. 



W.LDOUGLAS.- !!?rJi°; 

tort&i S0.1 worfciBMiantp mn 
an*,)aAiaii r.ir tiM prie* It O 
vorta whits for yvu to kttov 
•kat whaa yoa tay W I. 
DMfias Sbsas jou sf* ft. 
aicS«kw«ai ot hl««Toan 
sspsrts— iaiaataataoboot 
ibaas saaabU (or uis pries. 

ILMUOASr^ 

" i ' !?a ll"17SM ?' ii ' 
r*ass 



^LDOUGLAS !^. 

119 of cor ova BU r«a In tbo 
larfaalUaa and tho* 
an mnrjwhmtM, Ajtk rour 
aaoa tefar to akov yoa w I. 
PiMlM BluBa.  MT^ax- 
—lalag tfciM aaa fom _a^ 




MOT* anoK* 



lat W.L.O»afllM ikMa wlih 
Ui«r«(Allprie«aBdtWBu« 



IT. i. Dmmg ^ a 
ft^da Mark m ite 

— Pft*. A JtoMrid 'BT 

dii l iBwdfygpa*. Tfv 



"JIHL' 



Md oa Uho • 
I prtc«a aro 
#^«rTB 

rn msMctrAJT.n 

dmler tm w^mr 

ae^ia*. tu «^fP »»ra** 

d. Br*^.- I'O-s. Mmmk 



• ua auaa w 



PRISOH F ACED BY RADICAL 

"naa Vaar Pifht af BRa. a Uayd, 




 ^(a CUaSIMAS 

Cmr j |l niii * lj 



c/fcmttisdb f t va m i ml 



Ckvvkim -n-(7EDclid Ave. 

inDmt Arriak 



Third 



Drys Summarize Vote 



W.isliin;;ton. -.\ siiminary ,,f the re- 
sults of the fall eleilions w.is issued 
hy the Itoaril of Teiiiper.iii,',', I'lo 
liiliition and Piihlic .Morals of the 
Methodist K|iiseopal Cliiircli as fol- 
lows: "Wets re-ele«-ted lo House. 7l»: 
Oays rr-derled, £! !: «'el new mem- 
ber*, M: dry aew aiendiers, 73. Iirys 
gala three votes la tleaale. (Niio ma- 
jority aoslast beer. 18T.«iei Cati- 
forala passed home-dry Wright law by 
auijority of dOiMm.'* 



Kirmiaahan^ Ala.— Hoy IHckers m. 
hank nddier. em-aped fmrn Kiliiy 
I'rison. .Alabama's aew millinn-ibdiar 

institiitloM near .\l  niuonier,v, aeinrd- 
\ns to a leleiir.iiii f'-.un J. I.. Pittinann. 
Wanlen, addressci i,i iKillce lu re. It 
was stated thai he | roh.ildy ,|;smiis .,l 
hitiiself and w.ilked out wiili civilian 
eiiiploye« s en»ai:eil at work in the 
Iirlson. 'I'liis is I lickers m's third i-s 
cape sin,-," Im was c,»ii\ i,-ie.l ,»f bavins 
looted .1 iJir.ir.l (.Via 1 hank. 

Heart Beat 40 Minute* 



Miss Blanche HaMsa 

Indianapolis, Ind. — ^"Whenmjdaaril* 
trr WAX sixteen y. -n'o ,-,r (^a ssa* 

tmrtiHt a sovrre r\,h\ which cassa BtoT 
r-siiltiiii; in her d.-aih But I qaB al 
other reiii.'ilirs 'ind fell ' Mck on ths awlt* 
cine tliat saveil iiie p«'vcr:J yean before, 
Baaali. Dr. I'lcnr's 1' ivorite Prescrip- 
tioB. alonic with the (^lul.len Medical Dt^ 
covery-. and U forr the f urth Nittle was 
gone ^^lc w:i.-' wcil. From that tune I 
kivc been reiMiuiueniling these two 

Mdidnes."— MiB. Umg BiHii. « 

South State Ave. 

Health is of vital importanoe. Do not 
ri cl, . t your most viJnable :Ls.-rt. (li t 
Dr. i'l, rce's fanioits Kaniilv Uemedies 
from your neighborhood dnifqust, in 
tablet:) or liiiuitl, or write Dr. Pierce, 



Tan Aliens Captured 



Ft. Myers 
.iillhorities 
ihroULll I.ei 
aliens alle;; 
Into this ,■ 



I.eaven\vorth. Kaa.— Joe Martleaex. 
 lexican ninrder convict, who fatally 
slalibed It. II. Leonard, Captain of the 
CUards at the Ktsleral I'enitentia y 
here, and knifed six other ;:itard.s, w is 
said to be in a .seri,iiis condition. M ir- 
lienex a-as eapliired liy i-iiari|s after he 
had lieen shot ami pelie.l with coal In 
the coal hunker, where he hid aft.T 
111.' sialiliin;:. Il.isiiii.il aiiihoriiies say 
he has a frai liire.l skull ami may ii.it 
li\e. M.irtieiie/ :.is|ii,ine,l th,' knif,' 
froiii a |.i,'. ,' of steel, ai corilinL' '. o 
W .ir.li'ii W I T' i'l lie. 



Kla. - Federal and county 
continiieil to search 
C'liinlj for 111 of the IS) 
ll to have been sintlK^rled 
niilry from I'uhi The 
oilier III. roiinili'd up hy ShciilT l-'iaiik 

1! Tilipins ami his posse, were lielil in 
.l.iil pctnlill:; i|c|iort.ilio:i |ir,iri'ei|iii-s. 
The .ilien-, all Spani.inls. said that 
lliey hail hcell l.ill,|e,| at Naples, near 



Itedono, Calif. .\ii autopsy will he 
performed in tbe case of .Miss Izelte 
.M.'Caiiiiiioii, L't-year-olil seni,.,- ai the 
lleilolio lltKh Seliool. aiillioril ies an- 
iioiiiiieil, as a resu!! .c' |||,. re 
fiisal of |ihys;c;.ins to si:;a 
the death ,iiiiti,ai,' when she 
died .after an il'iii'-s "I i i. w hours 
The L'irl's physi.i.ni -lald ihai iier 
heart cml iliiicil lo heal ii.'i ina'ly for 
fully -Ml minutes after she siopjied 
braathlag. 



., Kw nee anmcM auiMa. 

RUN DOWN PEOPII 
NEED RICH BLOOD 

YOi; never heard a doctor say, 
"He is all run down, bat Ms Mood 
is pure and nch." 
The best thing— the biggest thing— 
that Glide's Pepto-Mangan does is to 
punfy .^nd oiiruli your hloxl. Then 
Ihosi' wc.iry. rati down. dniKk'id ""t 
fcrltnijs di-iippcar, and (heoldtiine 
vim and "| ep" come bark again. (jCt 
Gtide's I'eptu-Mangan today. 

At your dtaalala— haaU ar tahiala 
Myou prefer. 

pepto-^an^an 

Tonic and Blcod Enricher 



Chica.'o, .\ iwoyar H.;li; ..: Wil- 
li. iiii IS|-..s^ I.h.yil. we.illliy Cotiiniiini si, 
III I'scaiie a tiv e year penil.'nti.i r\ scn- 
teiii-»' -IS a • i.iViTo.' .,f I'l.' Illiii'.i^ 
rspionase aci, known as rlie "over- 
tbron' law, enileii when, ae.-nrdinu to 
word 're«-eive«l here. Chief Jiisiiiv 
Thi m|MM n. of the ll lla a l ii Suprem, 

Court, amw u ared he waaU deay 
Uoyd'a aMrtkm to stay aealeare mil 
ItrreaAer 1-\ 

Uoyd aad eigbleea other a w be rs 
of the Cammaaist imrty were roaviet- 
ed la CnUcapa In Xmsm**. Vt». Tliey 
were aenisiil of bavins a lv M-atln: 
nvertbmw of Ib,. s.ivemmenl. 

CMef ITerk Y'aii. of the state Su- 
preme llerfc. e!ip«'cli'd to issue th" 
Be«'ess.ir\ pat-ers for Ilyils in 
]irisonrii'iiT . Ir .cM ri'in ' • ih.' pri-on j 
seateuce I.i'O 1 ti'i.' i . ■.'"«» . j 

Dog Gives Blood ' 

iiakl.ind. Cal.- Blooil i r.insfiisi..in 
fr.iiii th.' M'ins of ".Vpache Kreinli."  | 
|..' !i_r. .'.1 pup. to those .if "Major," a 
B'.stou hull terrier, has saved the lal- 
te.'.s life "M.iJ ir's" illm-ss W.IS cause.l 
III sw.ill'i.vin;: twii ice cream sp.M.ns, 
wliiili ,1 \eterinirian reiiiovcl, tint The 
sho. k .iHil loss of lil. oil nearly caiis«sl 
Ihe .leaili .'f th,' patient The trans- 
fusion opei .,! i,ii  i""k .in lioiir and a 
Both pitients ar,' rei-overina. 



Miijcii— TM-ra wmAT :or-aa sbttua, 

0«« bAlf morv miloo. mm ^Si'l^ or mcmW 

buk. Willi a IS ii« Hot- Ur Vapartsar. M' 
Urtr*d. TwLco tllo pop ovor tho MBa 

Ihruoxh th* mud oa h gb. w# .n..n»h 

rao cn 5 CAH'iJi t.. hj.. a V -, ■ - ** - it* 
d»m.Tniitrmt*«. it. -t »j.Q*p*-d- -if A^-n', 
mtuf^-i- I-EfT VAenUI-'a. ILKi 11. u. 

aAW n R.S W WTKtl — AI. kind* '  i:i 

r*tu.-na Vv r'(# ? r ^r\c* Hot- , R.\ T .f' ' N" r» 
DoWITT i 1 •: it, 'Jlc.-n Aio., CI. -mn .-. ". 




*^pld enough to keep a drtaa I 
galiig out of style betwaea tha tb 
B aa« lha daw 1 ■« a «B 
vlk* 



Cutieura for Ssr* Handa 

Sfiak hands on retlrlns; ta tbe hot suds 
of Cnticiim Soap, dry and rnb in l"^ 
tli'ura Ointment, Remove snrpltis 
Ointment with tis.'ni" paper. This is 
only one of the thlnfrs Cntlcnra wtii do 
If Soap. Oinrment and Talctim are used 
for all toilet purpoaest— Adremiiiit 




Ufa 



here, al niulit. 

paid ■''liiu each 

Havana. 



Thev 

for 



assi-rii'd they i \, 



New York.— The self-destrartiaa of 
Jesse A. Wasaermaaa. at hla home 

here, was ex|ilaliiei| when th«  tCMKMi.- 
I INNI failure of the stock brokerage 

hoiis,. itf Wass( riiinnn Brothers «a* 
'■ .ii.noiineed on Ihe .New York Slink 

l:\.h.in::e. ••reditors tiled a | « -Iition 
in hankniplcy in the rnileil Stales 
I I list ril l Court. .Xnnoiiuceiiient also 
I was mule from the rostruin of tin 



SELDOM 8 

■ Ma kMa Bto *M» Va 
kana mar tMesakaaAsi 
oa Ms sakK hssk, sdBal 

throat. 


II 

'ksS 


A 




RB 


i 


E 

0" 



Seilalla, Mo.— Koy Kiu-hlinz. Was;i- 
in;:toti. I». C- *enien«-e«l lo serve live 
\eiis ill prisna f«r having shut bis 
wile. lea|N 4 fi^ua a iralB at Pilot 
lirove. Mmi. He waa haaeaBM. iMt 
Jumped wbea the tiaia siaarad dwwa 
foe the statlHa. while MherMf S. It, 
tliBrrh waa saM i» have hsaa iMleep 
He was aut fsaait 



-Tan 

with nonsnpport.' 

"I do," sp ike lip the wife. "1 soon 
discovered that he hi'! a markeAi 
down Soul, an.l i* ^^.ls t-.i borg 
either."— r.irniinghnm .\tre-llenild. 



OraaaUlad BralhU SItaa laSaaMa Wrm 



Caqr. 

Tiachcr— NaaM the stasnaa. 
P l^B P l i g li , saN . 

lafd. — IfolTywM^d Hlgfi 

News. 



from 



C'.irh 



la 



Mobile. Ala.— EvidMHrlag the appre- 
datioa ot the cumpaay to eiaployees 
who left their desks aad did aiaaaal 
labor dariag tbe sbopniea** strike; I. 
b. TIgert. Prealdeni of tbe Oalf. Me- 
lille and Northern Kailroad C'lmiian.v, 
iiiaileil l.,iniis checks to these em- 
liloyees. .Many of the ,,Hice eiii- 
plojees who went int.. Ihe simps are 
employe, I in the general ,itli, es here. 
The , he. ks were .i,-,-olliiiailie,| liy |,.l- 
t.'is I'Npri'ssina gratitude 
Ii' ,'i's ,if the eumpaair. 



tiriii 
IhhIv. 



Ftcliaiiiie t!!;:t t - 

from ihai 



will clean it off withoat lay- 
ini; up tha horse. No bllst(i« 
no hair gone. Conci ntratrd 

- ■ I V u w drops rrot-ifr,! at an 
HPi'- . all, n, f J .^.1 prr bottle dr- 
llviT.'d. L «■«o^:^e y.:iir c.-^ tor 
see. ml ill' tri;ftu jau EmiisMtta 
, VOtmC, la . 310 T.«cl. Si. SpriKii^M. Maj^ 



Arnstein Is Paroled 



New York, .lilies w. ••.Nicky" .\rn- 
steln. aualiinu trial uiHter iadiciiuen 
for alle»:eil participation In a S-'MWU,- 
WMI Wall HI reel baMid tlieft more thaa 
two years aito. was parolml on his owi 
recoenimnee hy Ceneral Sessions 
Judse Melntyre and his honil of • "J."i, 
ism was lifted. .Iiidce . lcliityre, a' 
ter crtici/.iuu the delays iu lirin::in 
Ihe case to trial, ileclareil that h. 
Would ilisiiiiss the itlili i I nn'li: s if th, 

Of tlie ot- 1 ciiarjfes were not presAcd within  i 

•law. 



TfSPillS 

• SPfEDY RELIEF FOR 

CONSTIPATION 



ON 

Toletlo, »».— Tbe rtoKlag chapter of 

'»n ' of the faMioiis case.* iif the erlnil- 
nal do. ket i f the 'lUli'do Kedenil 
I'.'Uil came when .li-sse C. .Mi-I  iiw I'll, 
iiiilli.'naire I'i 1 1 -inir.; oil , perat."-. pa .1 
a tin.' .'f s-J.iHUi ami costs i f .s.Vi!» -JT 
.M. Ii'.we 1 h.iil lici'U cli.ir:;ed with ha\ 
ilU Ust'il iho malls III ilefr.iild his f .i 
nil I- .■iiii.l..\ er. Henry I.. iH-herly an 
I 'i ui|i,iuy, out of approxiiiialely a nii 
lioa thiliani la acniitiax rnmml*sl«iai  
frum bulb puriies ia huyiag oil leads. 
.VI the tbli«: trial k» l a lsn d a pica 
of aolo naneailpre. 



Cutieura Talcum 



-Faacii 



Always Healthful 



l8sadMt.Td 



IMtawa- .\tlom. y-iJeneral Craltf. 
Manitoba. ib-elaret| he had not au- 

Ih.irlzcl i:.'\ l»i'. C. W. i;.ir.|on 

(lliilpli I "iia . ) I.I iell Ihe .Man tolia 
Plesliy II I :.;ll Sxiiol I h it elT.irl- li • ; 
iM'en iiia.le lo l.r.h.' ni."iil ors ..f Hi,' 
l'r..\ i-i.'lial lo.M'-nnieii; i, keep tlie';; 
■'ront .'a' ,t, itic Iii| :;,ii- l.iws ni.ii-,. ri_ 
.ll\ .Mr Crain i!;.| not. !i..i\.'\c 

lent ;h,' s..it,'menr ill:l.- he h.nl 1..' ' 1 
iTi i i'.l S.'.o.iiiiil H, s.iiil lie li.nl .I s 
■ i-s.'.l . .'-'i.i.ii I'laMers pt*iv.ii*'l\ wi;': 
111-. i;.ir,|.i|i lull preferieil |i  in. ike n 
iiuhlle slat cut 



Weak and Miserable? 

Aia yon dnl), tired sad selty— both- 
•rsd with a bad bark? Do yon lack 
soflar haadadiea aad disxi- 



"•a worn oat"? Likaly toot 
kidasys sio to blams. Tnntsasm. aaaip 
atabbnig paias, faackaehs aad aaaoyi 

nrinaiy msordcrs ar* til qrmptom* 
weakened kidneys. Don't ^rait for mora 
serious trouble. Get bark year health 



a « XtfanrPBIs. 



Case 

MrsL John Dted- 
rlcti. w. Plum 
St. WapalioiMta. 
O.. says: "Ttiare 
wms A d'Jll arlko 
ttwuuah Ui« small 
of my bock. I 
Mt tlr«« aaa 
ki ■ 

I eeuidn't 
Hesd- 
dlxxy 
oa at 

1 1 m a a and my 

kidaeys acted Ir- 
rarulc-ly. Hartns 



Cat Daao'a ai Aar Sta% Mk a Baa 

D o AN ■y,\\ y 




A adIeaBe book la so later KtIng that 
the traveler is always sorry whea he 



Refreshes fHary Eyes 

\fnon Yo jr Eyes feci Dull 

etui tic. VI. utt Mu^nf. It In- 
atan'iiK, .r ...(.«; I ir .;Fre!in« 
— Wakc^ u.r-.. t. .car, br'niit anj 
Spartllin Itarmlaaa. Soul atul 
Bai —I ll I br All DruuKia. 



MANY ACRES SEEDED TO CORN 

B 




af Crop Oraater Than th* Corn- 
Worth of Several Other 
Important C*r*al*. 



Coca ha* revealed eapedal adapt- 
ability to variooa lengths «f asasans. 

of rarlons sections of the country, and 
at thp present time wp find vsrlerles 
DiaturlnK in 80 di ys In the North and 
other varieties requlrliig LVl days or 
la tba aonth. 



the real ttnportanee of the American 
com crop. Tet tbe fk *t remains that 
the American farmer seeds more acres 
to com than Is n-presented In the 
combined acreage of wheat, nnts, bar- 
ley, rye, rice, backwl.eat and flax. The 
value of the com crop Is also 25 per 
rent (treater than tie conihlned value 
of these crops for a civen season I 
The World war 'erved to teach i 
tba real value of com and Ua | 



manifold dishes as a food. It t* the 
main cerenl food of the cotton belt. 
Conshleriiii: the food value of crops 
grown on an acre of land, com leads 
nil. a .'kS-liiisl.el croji pr, "Ti' Ur^ m-arly 
ISO poiuds of protein and more than 
units of 



Mental Activity Varlea 

In ceneral people's mental activity 
varies from season to season In the 
same way as physical activity, hut 
there Is an Interest Ini: illfferenc,. in 
one respect. In the latltuda of Maw 



Tai*. flsr caaaBila • eople da the best 
brain work about the ead of Novem- 
ber or beginning at Df^aadier. that 
Is. a month or six was ka after their 
physical strength Is greateW, |b tbe 
spring, on tbe contrary, the beat awa- 
tsl work Is done In Mnreh. a amnth 
or two before the physical strength 
reaches the miixlinuiti. This means 
that peoples mlmls .nre most stlinn- 
liited In \\e:iiher somewhat cooler 
 hnn that whith most stimulates their 
bodies. — From "PHadBlsa at 
Oaoaraabv." 



)1UES 



D 

m^^^of th^ most stubborn 
■ kind relieved in 3 to lO day: 
HonalH.! MIRO 



■ One tl 

convinces 

New Hair 



Clearing the Eye, 
If sotiictliinK K.'is in Ihe 
first drawing the uf 
far IIS |ios.sible, next mUlag 
"ver a praril aad Ibca 
naae. If Ibeaa tbiag 
salt aad warm waler. 



Spohn s 

D COMPOUND 



AT ALL DRUGGISTS 



t.' ri-i'la.'* ntd 
sh.iul.l h- an... 
1..,: All tti^ tim^ 
It will if .t.'L 
iiAc l Baa H.Alr 

Took ^Poo't^C|^ka'^ sot ^^^^^^ "'' 



Hammi Ba i aa s 1«MBVaara Pi 

Ar - inliiiS to one M-ientist. oar ansa 

and leus will eniiliially d is a p pear from 
our limlies. though be estlsMles ihts 
cioa i.ity -.ti not uecarrtuB far at isaal 

lii.iimi y. ars, 

have to wonqr. 









"S 





r 




I 



i 



OWINOSVILLB outlook; OWmOIVILL*. KT. 



WRSGUYS 





4 



Pcir «l as chew 
fMd enovffh. Hasty 

meals are hai*infiul, but 
Wrigley's sttirulates the 
flow of saliva that helps 

tiiie stomacb take care 
at Us lMd» 

Eat less, chew It more 
and use Wriglcy'S 
every meaL 

■ keeps teelh while, 
breath sweet and 
rath. 





it 



1 



MAI^IGRAS 
MYJTEBY 

ILBedford-Jdnes 

Illtisitations bt) 

Irwin Mijers 

Copvru^t Ut Dcxtblodov Pngr and Cempan^ 



Country uifni. 
Th* «.s ilrill.i; in tin- 

•r-T l, ,. .mcts :in.I . li;,u,i.'.l « ;is ■.lie 
* ■ I I- ilip i:liiii| M»i .if Kilxi r 

tlir rui:i: * i hilK ilic w.hmIs. ih.it 
^ a »Mlr ati^ t»nM alMNii 

ttMi^ MM • 4rtMl aHHiiMnkiil. iv 

■t n  -mai« ptarv at 1 d& 

Th».  |M«| tnM h.T tiMH It a 

^t^l^;.■!lt r«i!i«1 fiir nin^ ir i.-n aiil««, 
f i I :li«ti tli^ n :i l lorkiM .-i; ■ then — 
Hill ilio r -«i i.f III ,1. . .1., ii ,. 

W'Mlllll I, .1(1 tMl,. ■ I   ..'l,. I,, 



I'l. 
;l  lc;l  
on iIk 



t»t • 111.- I.. Ill I,, II 
lllll i.iir. l  ll. T.-'C 
lb*- fir U . K 

AihI «'Ii' n 

' «'■* iIm  sifii I 

ilr Macfc kttcn ti 



ri_-i,| ... Mil- li-fi v 
I'l' a  i;.iii» . ::i«I :it 




Still Compiinicnc. 
• .l..~i i|i . 1 ai-; .• .'■•MlitT 

\\\." |.»r l.i.,h; vi.rl'^. Itiou^sh 

■I ill III.' ■ Iiitr. Ii. ii. If.- •■iii|»" 
l.iil li.' »lri'ini. ii* 
l.v il.'ii:.'.! tl .•   li..i::i'. Ilir lu.. .■.ill« ;:«  
iii'|.iu'U    ■: !. K' |.  %r.- liiiM lli - ••lliiT 
 la '. atul Iw tri N| in iiii| rosH thim. 
Il   hIhm'mI ilM-ni iTh-  iIiI | U«v. "II'v 
all Imw a« it watt whm ym m't rr Nl- 
j f« n«Nt'«." Iw miA, "t'Mviil lite «U 
mkett fcwrt w i. aa' itV— ** 

"IiiMk-a in ibr •^•flar with all tb» 
•■xtra JaiCM ai^i Jan  i4ikv tlM  Val- 
.vtrnil HII ImaiMF a law,** tme »f tknu 

w 1i;UimI, 

I II. ii  iii Ml to iiNiU  iiil iiKtrr 
i'i.  is. "°l li - iti.iili!.. miiii ilic p*i*rra- 
li'-n  .r i.xlay is iliat lla-y aiv m 
«.t: IIj.'" 'm ;;:ih 

Tlu-n ii.'I'Im'x tiiiMH. l It lor biM, 
"a'lU •■iai'.'*— IinliMnninili* Xr»«. 



-VOUN-S MAILLARO!" 

s^ .\' '1  is iMii.ne tliv lu-iiilit tt 
N'« .If . ;iit!. . ariitv:il y. .i^.m 
I; II r.-II n«-:lttlt  lliiilli:ll .'-.mi:.. 
^ il III \ St. -I I.. '.IS .'iitr.. li. all. I It 
A' .«- . ntv .lisi'UsMtit; a s»*rif» 
n l.l«'i im tty an in.li\iJu:il known 
].K llif MMiiiirlil llIas.|ii«T. In- 
T, ;i\ I II. »r. li.lH 

.l.(.|' Mall 
r. .f 111;; .1 

. -I \' ■■ M,i  
I-i .n-t" al ai..l 
atul .\ll^lt'X. 



1 II .•••l\ ;ltlir. il 

I. 'ii.. .1. II. .1 II , , .: . . 
; .1.1 v\. 1 ..I I . 1. 

I- ill I f.,il In- ♦ .1 1 \\ ' 

a ; I...- 1.. .1 I. 

r..l  Ill«. uiaM... I .al 
"II Itii'ir uay to Ilit* :ilY:iif, ni*.**! A 
t t l .lti-KN.-.l a« • •.•limii.lm*. fu'^'niiuK- 
l\ I. la.vMi t.  l*«-U, lil.t ii.askfil. uli.. 

ii.p i- i.'S til. Ill to tlu  l.aM 

I 11. I. I .. .l.i.aiiK, !«'. .-ntlv lla- wat'l 
..I l.t iiT, :,. i,.-..|.i, M.iiii.ii.i, is 

; '.. . , 1 ]. .1 .-a VI tla- l..i|l. IS.. I. 

M. till. 11.1. ^ f ilif Uiiikt-r. a;;aiti 

|.rt |x i».8 t« h T und i* refuiml II.* 

olTtTH t«i litiy iHYini' ..f 1i«*r |*ni|it*riy. 

A l-'raiu-ls«-an iitft.k iTU..r.jili* hrr 
111' n.Mis ..lit I.. I..' I'I in. .• t:rain..nt 
It) Ills Iil-iary 1  -.|li Maitlai.l in.l 
.1 i;r..ij|. i l lii.s f:a-ii !  at.- Ii. M .'p 
an. I r..M..'.l l.v lla. .Mainiul l M i-  

• ]u.-r I III ic I., .t.in.it.*.. III.' l.i.'^t .if 
an . I.I fatiiilv. i..* iti strait. -iii*!! clr- 

• ailii^taia .-s J.t...' (ill Mailluril'ii Itan- 
.IlitiK i f Iter funds liai* lNN*n uiifor- 
ti:nat«. K  ll U an old frtrnd of b«r 
pan-nlH and ili..*pty lnl».r«.»tiM 'n 

II. .' f.il llt'nr\ tiiain..r.l. r.' ill\ 

III. I'I 111. I' ill' .:i.itii..Ttl. IV , I .1111.. r. I 
..f I u. .' l.Uil.' t.ilKt" XMih 1". II 
ai ■111 Inr alT.iirs an. I tlu' Mas;,..' 
M ^.-.'ju.-r  lr;im.»nt  .•l aiiiT.' ii. 
Ilaiiiniollil. iNTKeant In tla' A. K. 

P . MvM with htm. H« traa thr 
oiiatnal Mklnlahl Maaqurr. an4 

I'.r.na.iii had aiisiiiiit'd llie rm... 
\\ la I.' Ilainni. n(l hiiil li«.n a rnb- 
I.. r l..r tiT.an.-ial cam. tiratn.^nt. 
or . ..urs... It. not. lie arraniH* l« 
r. i. iii i! .' ' LHtt" to than* wtwai 
Ii9* hat. rttbbvd. 



■■| triivi ||i:it \..|| \m|| as-illilf llio 
r.'s|..,|i-i|,jlil \ ..| ri lliniill:; llif^o 
iliiii.s tl. llii. \:iii.»u- ::ih'^Is \\ iio lost 
III. -Ill wlnl.. iiiiil,'! \..iif i....f. 1 r ';:rol 
.ui\ .II-. ..ai:.ii I a^i.^i.'il !•  ni\ Tali 
ni:: lla-lii a- ,'l j.iali. wlii.li I li..\\ 1 1' 
liirii rii'.'i^.' .'..lucx III ilii' -i-M'ial 
owiii-rs iii\ |irot'.illiii| fsioi-iii all. I iii.\ 
i|. ''lirsiii ' - lliiil I ^liiill iiol ill I III til l' 
ai'iwur Irt iroulilf iinyoni'. tlii  ••artii 
Mil m.)iK»ii liti\iii:; loiiif to .-in I'lui. 
aiKl Willi it my liltic Jtxi. 

-riiK Mii Mi:nT m A.s: . ri:i! •• 

t ; I.. I 111,; U|i III,.-.' II. I..- Ill lii^ 

liaiaj. i.iaiii.iiil wi'iii 1,1 ilic ti' t')ila.'iv 
11.' I. - .al Iho |.i'ii.'il into lh - tiro, fol- 
I'.niii. Il \\iili III!' Ilololiook. 

"4')in'l luk - t'liaiK'c.. v.iili III.', I mall 
I HI." ln» t'\| l:iiiic l. "All r.'a.lj, mt- 
»iiiil. Ijet'a e» tlown Ibr UkI uih* |ir 
laie." 

I-Yim tlii  trunk llnminaMiil prudU'M-il 
tU-lcMtsI imfkaet-s. wbh-h li   |ilii t. l 
"tl tlH  tul l« . tiraiiuiat M le iPil tnw. 
. |M timl II. ■•nr  riilty | nrl:«. l ilip «m - 

I' liis ill III I' ilii. li.iM's. itlanni the 

|.f. I'.'i :i.l.li.' «.'.l ti..|i' ..11 t«i . aiMl 
liaiiilt il il |o Ilif .■l.aiilT.'ui-. 

■•Wiai. it up ami ii'liln-^s it. Civo 

I 111.' laimii a.l'lr.'-s i.f .|.,|iii Siniih. 

j I'.a\ .'11 'I'l'.-lii'. ■ 

till.' I..\ .'11.' lli.'y IM'III IIir..U'.'!l lllf 

' |JH'''.ii-'""^ "f I'X'I III s.iiii.' m.iiiiiiT. 
j Itt'li.r.' III. 'Ill .'II III.' lal.l.'. a- tho  
I uiiiK.'il. ;;lMli'ii il liillc la'aps i.|' riii:; . 
I.roo. lu. , xvalclii'.s, t'iiri«'ii. v ; ji'iM ls 



■nrii* |i l i ri iii  mll • 4 t Xttpt ■» ann.v 
cli-e ihliip*— " " That'll Imi« 
 i •m- 4l Nl ht^A." 

j Xmm mMW ■ Mas a fuUlac atsMt 
' hat doat l«ali — If thai he fnat am th* 

I. Art. 



For Real Economy 

Um 



CALUMET 




A Big 





When you bake 
with Calumet vou 

know tliere will be 
no loss or failures. 
I'hat's why it is far 
less expensive than 
some Other brands 
selling for less. 

The sale of Calumet is 
over 150 jireater 
than that of any other 





■s proven to be bat hf test in millions of 
homes every bake-day. I-argest selling brand in the 
world. Contains only such ingredients as liave been 



WORLD'S GREATEST BAKiNG POWDER 

lAIESTEEtNCANADj 

ff^ \Vheat GniwM. Cattle fiaisiiig i 

mtimOappytkuaeofYbiwrOwn  ^ 

.yoiiicnMi Fanat and Happy Hones aanit (Kuae yiAio are ^ 

desiroa* of enlarging their prescn' resources and stx-urin^ for 
themselves homes in a country that, while yet in its ir.fa^cy. ha? vl 
ifUMi fanmus by the quality of the t ~i'^in it produces and kqr the 
of its live Mca k. 

There are MUliont ot Acres 

oftlKhtitheM cliii« r^'. aumlablr f. r the man who«e ohicrt in lif» is to become hii 
own lar.difrd, n..; v %. i. o t,. ^harr in the cpportiinitv tvhich hatffiven wealth to 
the th...isrf! . ' 1' . « having startisa on WVsleni Canada larms with but 

■nail mea- - ..- ^ v. ir... home t.  thc:r Inendft. te.linij ui what they have .l,.ne 
Laixto are chrap ai.c hameMead* tartber from lines of railway are frM I* sMttcra. 
I^taoc tbcae ian^ can be ffVvAshaat ot wheat. o:.la. barlev, flax. iir.i5s. hu.v, l. aacr 

Cora and aL:i9. wcis. 
Cattle winter in ronaj placei. wirhout 
fthei.er; datryinc m highly succesetul. 
T^xf-s only upuo U.id (nat on in.- 
proveoKiila). Pcffact climate, atirac- 




CHATTCfl 



■^Vll. I waa MlMeil tmlax: at 
leaM. I think I warn. And tot nw tell 
roN aanwthinK aliont that aame ^Icl 
Httle nwn! Hia name bi Jaehhi FVII.- 

"IMnva name." eummented llani- 
BM«d, aiMl wrinkled np Ma hron-. 
-Jaefain. hah? Seenw like I've hennl 
the name heftire. Ont thr BOtle, 
■hit HT Somethins ahant Jack in and 

"l inuMdne mk" Oramimt aariled iis 
he nidied. "Wm ehnp V«U ia «hari . 
ranftmadedly sharp :** he »«M «n. 
While the ehaaffewr Hateaed with 
flMMvnini; tatentneaa. I tMnk thnt lie 
fai «■ to Me, and is trykig tm get the 
(uadii on ne." 

•XJh V said llaninHmd, "Ami mniie 
ane was tnilliir y.i'.i? Tliiiik lio's put 
the bullfc wis.'?' 

GraMi..iit  IiniL-;; 'il liN- s1i..iiIi!.ts. "I 
diHl't kill.". Ill' aliiiiist ranulit lin' l.ist 
nlehl. \V.' II have to fi-i rl.l ..f Unit 
nvliit.ir's suit :it mi' i-. .iinl nl' Ui.' loot 

also. I sII|i|io t. yaal'M' ro. a.m IUmI 
  Hirsi'l( |o rfiuriiili ; Ilio stulTV" 

I iaiiiii.' aal s'irr.'il ur.asilv. iiii.t lai.l 
dov II liU ! i|'.- 

"i. ....!; li.'ii', iiip'i..** II. saM. i.jinu'iit- 
Ij. "l u.isnt niiiiiin' a lioMiip piiiip 
bei-aUM- I lil.i'il it. aii.l 1 wasn't do- 
ing It for the fun of ilii' tlitnt;. like .vmi 
are. I wan dead liroke, I badii't any 
iM|w left, and I didn't eare a d— n 
whether I Nred or died— that'a mm the 
dead! Bicht then, fmm «mm alsng 
and pirked nw mi. 

"Ton gHre Mt a Jnh. What's Mate. 
ynnVe treated me white, rap'a. T«a*«n 
given me somethtng decent to Uva 
for— to make (nod beeanae yna tot 
some fiiith in mo: Wliy, wIiimi yoti 
wont out on that lirst Joli of ours, 
d'yoii know It like to broke tiie up? 
It  li l. Only, when we irot lioiiio that 
niElit ami you sniil It was all h Joki . 
al .1 \.. iM si'iiil liai'lv tlie liM»| Iiilcr on. 
ilii'ii I li.'i-an III iifl lietter about It." 

(iraiii'.iii ii.i :. It'll In caMpnfeanaion 

of til" olInT's loolili);. 

"li s not hooii alto;;ftlifr a jok»'. s«T- 
i: i|iiil. ■ In- s.iiil. irniM-ly. "Tci toll the 
truth. I ili.l -larl ii a  a J.iko. Imt s.Niti 
til'ti'rwjinl I Iraiiii cl soiia'thiiii; that loil 
111,' I.' kc.'p it up. I Ki'pt il lip until 1 
I'oiilil Ilii till' Maillanl Imusi. |t was 
liiv iiil.'iil ion III na n up ai t'lo i 'oiiius 
hall, on Tiio.iilay iii;:lit. iiml thore 
make puMi.- ri'siitutioii of tin- stiilT — 
hut tliut'ii iiuiHwisilile now. I (lure not 
riak It! That man Pell ia ton aoMn." 

-Ton-re not goto' tn pnU the trick 

lertf. 

"So. FM thtwth r*« (Ot what I 
I 4sat wkdi tn ivtam 
«ra«nasdar— Axh 

I mt the canivai 
aenacm. Ssppaae jran get «at the loot 

and Dnd tne aoMC bnses. And be sure 

thoy have no name on thi m or any 
Bfore lalit'N." 

Iltiiiimoiiil li'ii|i('.l up nnil vanlslioil In 
the rixitu ailjoliiln;:. I'n-si.iuly lie re- 
tiinioil. I.i'.ii int: sovcral . arillKitinl 
tioxos. tthlrli lie iluiuiu'd on Iho n'liti'r 
table, "rni lihiiiuil chol you'ri' iloiio. 
ln'lioM' me I" he iittorod, fervently, 
ghim iii;: up at  ;rainont. "Knr's I'm 
roiK'oriu'il I don't cnre much, hut I'd 
mire bate to poe the bulls turn in a 
OTf like you, oap'n. Hat* we are. 
Want me to keep each hnnch aeparate, 
dant jronir ^ 

go InMc* 
Oramant want to a hnhl wrWng 

desk tn the eomer of the room, and sat 
down. He took oat bis notebook, tore 

off sovi'i-nl shoots, and from hIa pm-ket 
prodip-f'd a in'iirll having an extremely 
hiii'.l l.ail. He wmte a nomtter of 
iKites. whh'li. except for tlieaMrSMI^ 
wei'.' hli'PIi. al III o.ilileiif : 
"I 'l ar Sir : 

" I iiii lose herewith certuiii Jewelry 
anil artli'les. also currency, recently 
olitaliied by me under your kintl ann- 
pleM. 




fbeiii! .N  '.« ibey're going baek ta 
llieir i v, m i ." 

"\VI • 1. '/" ileniniuleti llHinniond. 

"YoiiM. ^ .aillanl- -wHi of llie liaiiker 

lie n" .e into iiii oil ■ ipaiiy: 

r:iti;:lil . . .' i' a -m l»i r, iiliii."^! Ihe 
liist »■ ., I  ,iiK liore. I |iul pretty 
m ar in. »lii ?« wad into llMt riMnpanir 

..1 111- • 

"\ I III' -I nil.: \ '.II .' ' 

"N..| V.I.' (lia: I Miiili'il .'..Mly, 

liai'^lily I I. II ni^liI •'ii.iii'.:li lull I'll 
1 nine oul I'll I.'p ..f III.' heap." 

Tl Ilii'i l'i..« iii'.l. "I ihin't i:et 

.M'U . ap'ii S' lia' kin. I o s|o. k ileal?" 

"Yes. ami 11... " t ;i .1111. .Ill p iu-i'.|. and 
-e.'iiH.I I ' ill... .-I' his iM.nls Willi eari'. 
".'liss I., .laii.iis, till' laily who was 
ilriiim: w.ih iis ihis alleiliiHHi. is a.i 
..1.1 fiii'ial I'I' iiiiiie I've known for 
s. mo time that xoinoluMl.* «as llt.«" 'iiu: 
iier. I siiK|Mflml tluil il was MuillnnI 
I lie elih r. for he Imm had the bawilbi;: 
of tier affNirx for some lime imst. 
Now. iMiwever. llHn e pa|iera have Riven 
nie the trnlb. lie was alraitfbl enuogb 
nilh her; biii sou was the awn, 

"He workiti am IiIk father, uuiile Ids 
lailier sell Iniul ttwiiei: by Miss I.eila 
iiois, anil he bimself rt-iipiil the prof- 
il . 'I'lieri. an' iHrtes ami stix'k Issues 
.1111, 'iiu Ihos,. papers that aive fiis 
wli'.le L-aliii' awa\. I.» mix i'.\»'s. I'.v iIk' 
wa.\ :;.'l llial tin lio\ oiii o|' iii  trunk, 
will xoirr 1 w.iiil to laUe lii\ sloelt 
'iiiili'alcs Willi liie ill III!' iii'Tiiiiii;, 
ill ' 1 ii|-i mu for:;!'! iIm'iii " 

llaiiiiiioinl ili-appeari'il ml.' Ihe lol- 
Joiiiiiii: room. 

1 Irani. .HI s;,t ua/.iiiL' at the Imxes Ih'- 
I'.ii' him 11. ' s|i....u iiis iH^ad ch omily, 
and his .'\. - , loiiile.l. 

".Ml w.i i,'.| II,.' V lull.' i'lT..il! " be 
iiiiirmiir.'.l "I ilani-'hi ii iin^'lil lend 

I.. -.'melliiliL-. I. Ill all it ha- \. ii me 
is till" reward of sa\iii:; m\siir ant) 
p.xsjblx ri'lrievinu l.iieio. ,\s I'.ir lh»* 
lar;;er ;:alue. the lii:;:;ei' ipiaiiy -it's 
all ua-Ii.t. I Iiaveii'l iinraveltsl a 
-iiijl.' ilin .iil: the ilrst real clue eaino 
lo me toiii-ht. tmrely by acvhieni 
Memphis l/7.y (;iiiiilH rtK! Tbal's the 
leiul lo folknr: 111 gH rid of Ihia 
MItlnigbt Masquer fmdiahneMa and gr. 
lifter the real game," 

«:ramont was lo disettver tlwl it Is 
Hot nearly so easy t* he rid of folly 
as II Is tu ilain the Jester's eap and 
I'ells; n fnrt wbl -h one SlmidieiMslmus 
had ilisi- n-er«.il to his sorrow three 
hundred years earlier. I'.ut. as l!m- 
inoiit vx as Hot \ I'I -I'll ill I lie line of 
liter.'itip e. he yet ha. I the diseii.ery 
ahead ot liiiii. 

Ilaiiiuioiiil reeiiii Ti'd the room with 
the tin l.ov. from ulii.'h (Irani. ml tiMik 
his st,„ k certillruteM issuaiil by lliilt 
M lilia'.rs ..il ei mgany. lie pwkcted 

Ilie shaii's 

■ I'll '.'.. I.. .Maillar I ill.' l.alik. r .1... 
-eph .Maillanl lii'sl tliiii;; in Ilie i.ii.rii- 
iii^ ami ofler liini my st.i.l;. Ile'li 
he mi'jhiy ;:lail to i:et it at a disi ouiit, 
kiiowii;;: Ilial it is in his s.iii'  1.1111. 
I any. Vmi m'o. the son dts'sn't roiitide 
ill the olil man iKirtieiihirly. I'll let 
ibe father win a little money on the 
deal with me. and by thrin;: this I'll 
mamii-'e lo save tlie greater part of my 
Invest nu-nl — " 

"Holy uwekereir* liammond ex- 
phMled In a iMwat of Innghtcr ns he 
iiiKht the Iden, ngmf. It this atai t 
tiie richest thing ever imiled! When 
t lie x-rash nimes, thn fancy kid will be 
-linglng his dad good and hanL ehT' 

'■Ksntiiy: and i think his dad ean 
iilTord to Im  stiinir mneh IH-Iler than 1 
call," !ii:reeil liraiiioni, (•ln erfull.r. 
"Now let's lake those paekii;:es and 

slow them away in Ilie liicgiint 111- 

pariinent of the fur. I'm Keiiiiu; 
iieivoii* at the tlwght nf haviiu: 



Tanlat 




praising m 
■ay some 
Geo. Da« 
daoo, Ct 

"I hat 
soning and u 
ni'  • I allngeti. 
I 1 III an iiwfii 
f .■I'listiiiitly f.- 
«' enk all 

fr. Ill Pud to w 
I kiiev ol', hut ; 
like II  lhln); wm 

"Tl n. a frl. nil 

n 
f«. 
of 
wi 

Wl 



po^ 

laying 
III .1' 111.. mils 
.i.lili.iii and siif- 
. dlarrln a. I he- 
 iid was ^-oln^ 
'"d everything 
i.'lnning tu look 
ver r. a. h niy case, 
of Iain*. re,'"ni- 
hI Taiihi.' f.i me. .\iiil ii'-; :i fin t. | 
lo have Tiiadi. a cl.'iin *;weep | 
-oiihlea mid built me up to ! 
feel lik » a new innn. I nni 
. every day now and when it 1 
roines to reenmniendhv Thntec I CSBt I 
put It too strong." 

Tanlae In aoM h]r am 
— Advert IsemenL 



*oor Business P 

real ;;.H.i| Hd\l. • tounrer 
ss men I think tht- ■ : In. 
at was K. nt i.ie the . reer • a 
•i -t H al . otihl bei.rrereil : " ...'.. 
» Woiihl he sue I'ssfiil in b' •). 
.Ht evi r tri'at the p.ibl . - ils 
tmil. 11.' must everstrlvel Ki^.-hoa- 
t values and lie courteous pr»s- 
pntPSML AiMither |Milnt that 
ho enrafMly ronsbiereti Is tba 
Mly of tijring to bcMtle a rsmmHsr 
T» kaack n wmm tiigagid tm thn •sr... 
line of hn jin s a s nn yown cnsnl* in tt • 
mind of the enataMsr a danht ii- to 
the esoellem e of your »wn wares and 
arouses a feeling of symi.-athy tor Ihe 
man who ia not then to defend trim. 
self against yi 

Her Clioica. 

Itiistus (to bU ;:lrli— Ah'R gwine 
down to dal n»'w sto" to get some 
rauily. I ey'^ got candled cherries, 
stran htif lea an' I don't know what all. 

Hia Ort— Man, bring me a chocotet^ 
cnata« witahMilis aaT AVn f»fm tw 
life. 



Sure Relief 

FOR INMGESnON 




6 Bku-ans 
Hot water 
Suie Relief 



U-ANS 



25« and 79« Pacfcagcg. 



U, CINCINNATI. HO. 

In Fsath«r« 

hers .,r the bM St 011 

• now pn.liihlted." 

"Then how  lo the women — " 

"Uh, there's some bootlegging 



Red Has-Beans. 

Heiir.'seniiitlve ll.ik of Tex.-is said at 

a hail. pu t In \Veshin;;t..n : 

"Our Ki lls iin.l their andlMKes leas 
:m.l less s.\ iiipathetle an BMIghl MMMS 

111.. re 111.1 III. ire. 

".\ i;.'.i orating mm m mm^tmm 

the other day. 

"'Yes.' be snarli'il. "you're iirralil to 
revolt. You're lik. the pnnll^iil son. 
.\II you get to .'at is the husks the 

swine won't touch. Ilut pretty s Km the 
basks wIM aU ho aenn. Whnt1l]raw«n 
tbcar 

"•Why. ent tho nwhM^ «r cnwanr 

said a young Man hi 



Thinfclna Mlas 

I had noillied my landlady tliat I 
was to lie ah.sent from my rni'iu for a 

rouple of nights. L«ter I changed my 
mind, and wtnt na d to My rasM nbont 

'- a. m. 

The county fair wa- "ii. ami three of 
the Inmllatl.x's nieces lunl come In from 
Ihe .'oiinlry l.i visit her, and She 
placed all three in my room. 

My embarrassment, niso thnt of the 
nieres. orenrrril when I entered my 
room. Tlie 

enough to aronse tho entli* 
pni t M t h t — C h i c aja T Hh ts 




t 
1 



"1 never hnvo any rtap tct tor n Hnn 
who ansnera Ills wife sarcastically in 



-NcMwr have L A 
Intiiiagt Ma wito by 



Thoy I 

■Allele's a fellow wlw 
to do." "Well." 
tit«d of the Joh." 



SPIRIN 

SAY ••BAYER" when you buy. Insist I 

Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are 
aot getting; the gemriae Bayer product prescribed by 
( over 23 jMR aad MMi aifi I9 1 




Rheumatism 
Nemltb Lumbago 

Neuralgia Pain, Pain 
Accept only "Bayer " package which contains proper directioni. 



A4»lrlB la the ^sde mart »f Bar^r ItaBafaetar^ ot Mo«M(vlr«n4e«t*r of Mierll 




■ANDSOHE 42'PUCI ILUE UKO 
FVLL SUX BimiiasKT 

tELL ONLY to BOXES OF SOAP, 

ewh bos eoatatatna 7 cikM tne Toltet !«oap nr\A 
wtih rrtry bov rve »• P'« cniun:.* to *irh piitcru- 
•rf all of (tie tonDwln« irtu le:i;a Pound of B i\^ 
Powder. Bottte P*-fu3ie. Bo'^ T -.1.1110 Pow.^t^.  i 
Tra'pooB*. Talr Sfw^j-^ ard Pac*,«;e Nc^^lU-"  x 
9^ fun 2^51 ar,| t! ii urtut'.- tUy d.v i-r Uf.l Din 
aer see !• Youm. M iry o-^tr t^jn .;• • itiir.irtw* 
«ffffrsuM)bunUr tlg'-t fulPT'tD:-v..n9or LirsT-c.-*'* 



a a v« a I _ 

aM*Mo( Haaee Paa. Pwkttoc Pan^Pi^ 
I rREE ol coat la aiMllion lo Ibe Dim 



et 



Meaaunos 

- Jnocr Sat. If yos aascr waaiptiy. You 

K« ttaat TOIL Yog M BothliK. WkrrE •rODAV 

ma FRFT: CATALOO and luH tnr«rmatk.ii fnr taklna orilera 

eCHWr O. IWASOW CO. 574 Ciil»wt*iOiSt,Clrrl.».atl,0. FaiinSad IW7 




HOLD YOUR NUTS 

■■ !■ 11- m--«; won'i^rful 

" It i' — I . «r-»wa f n Ilka a^ 

 T.lin«r  11U' , i   -'- •■ % yr*v»ntn U na* nata; . 
«le«a awa  with -i ;   waah an.i rolt«# 
piaa — qvlckly ap;  le.l atAy» put — ^aally r«m 
mov^— n*  thi -k*-r than * npriiMi waakav. 
rata (town your rrpvir bllla, r^ducaa yoav 
riak. For aolnmoUIea. tracka. farm Impla* 
m*-ntfl and wh^r *v»r bolt* and nwla ar* waad. 
tt»»t wl^^-—  »rii»*r n«»w Trial  1oi*n. to 3-9 

ineh. "»fte. T-K to t fl . 1 Inch to 1 It. IX. 
Autnmofaile thr^;)Mor»l tn lar l. 9tal *als««aa4 
thr^ail wan*^*l. Caali miiMt arroiMa«l 



TtS Al 

Faary .i%eaaH   BMaa. e HMalata« IX ffrap^ 

fruit. «A ftranw^ia. ;0 Tanw*rln^. 1"* kvmqwal^ 



NOT TO BE READ LITERALLY ANYTHING TO BE OBLIGING PRESCRIPTION FOR LONG LIFE 



"All Wasted— the Whole Efrert!" He 

Murmured. 

Ihal llasl,.'.! irarislily with c.l.'i'.'il 
liii's. Iiisii.ii.' aial f.'irii.iiis J.'wi'ls 
plu. li, .1 i ri.lu III.' iiristo. I a 1 i.' la arr of 
Ihe .s.ililhlaial. Iieli ■..,.:iis ,.f a pas' gep- 
I'i'alioii siili' l,\ si,!e with platiniiiu 
criidilii's 111 the pii sent fa'dijon. 

There ha. I h.-eii hearlhiirniims in 
the loss of these tliiti;:s, ISnimotit 
knew, lie eoiilil pi.tur.' lo biniself 
amnething of what hud followed Ids 
: family i|uarrels, new pur- 

ia the gem nwrta, bitter re- 
p ra neh es. I  e sh mortgajeco «« old her- 
itacM, Teutions of wealthy dowaarrs, 
ahmga of nneoncem hy the nonvenzx 

riolies; |)erehani« lives altered — 

divont's— 

"There's a lot of hitman life behind 
tli« se baubles, serueaiit." he reflected 
aloud, a cold smile iipiui his lips as 
he wiM'ketl. "When ih. y come hai'U to 
their owners. I'd like .'o he hoveriu!; 
ar..uml in an iini-il.Ii' iraiiiU- i.i watch 
resull-i! C.uhl we only Kiinw it, we're 
pmhalily alTe. liii;: the liv.'S of a fr.'at 
liliiliy pi'iipli' — liir g.Miil and ill. These 
thin;:s siaii.l for money ; ami there's 
ni lliinu' like iiiiuiey. or Ihe hn k of It, 
to giihle the destinies ..f iieople." 

"You suid il." and llainiiioud 
grinned. "I'm here to prove it. ain't 
IT I ain't pulling no more gunplay, 
now I gst aw a steady Jolt." 

"Aad a steady friend, old man." 
a dd e d Ormaaont. *1Nd tt oecw to you 
that Maybe I was as Mach ia mtmt ot 
n frisnd na yon wcwr' 

He had ceoie to the last boa. bow. 
that which must go to ,Tnse;)h Mail- 
lard, till lop of the money and scarf- 
(lins which he placed in the box he 
laid a thin packet of papers. He 
tupped them with his tiimer. 

"Those papers, serji.'autl To get 
tlipiu, I've been playiir^ the whole 
piiiiie. To ;:i't them and not to let 
tlieir owin'r siispert thai I was after 



Ihein a 




"II he per- 


fectly 




-. safer 


there t 




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you iiii 




1 and 


semi t 




I ost 


from si 






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de 


livere;! 




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Letter 




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your cl 




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HaMMsnd. 



Wording 



sagely, "liui xUMNit tlWM atria- 
lor's etothesT* 

•Take them with yon — liottor crt 
Ibeni wrappiMl up here ami .now. You 
ean toss them Into a ditch anywhere." 

llaninioiid obeyed. 

Ten miniiles ufterwanl the two men 
b'fl Ihe riM'tn. .arryinc Ihe (lackages 
of liMt aiiil the biimlle coiiiaiiiiiig the 
aviator's iiiiif.irm. They il.'s.'cnded 
to the court.vard in the rear of tlie 
house. Mere wiis a small Karilen, with 
a fouiiialii ill its center. Hehiinl this 
were Ihe staliles, wliirli hail I.uil' he.'U 
disused US such, aii.l whi.h were iio«' 
occupied only by the cur of ilraiiiout. 

It was with undisguised relief tliat 
liramont now anw the atnC nctually 
out of the hnase. WltUa the huu f ew 
hitnrs he iHd hocome Hitenwly afraid 
of Jachia rcn. 
uiMm the man, 
guardediy. he had that day aaslMNated 
luany sninll UenH which Inereaaed tats 
senae nf petll from that qimrter. 
Straws, no more, Imt quite siguitlcant 
straws, (irainont realizeil clearly that 
if the police ever searched his rooms 
and foumi this loot, he would be lost. 
Tiiere I'oiihl be uo excuse that woulii 
hold water far a 
evidence. 



of Advert! 
Bring Smile to 
of the Reader. 



II.Ti- are some choice lines gath- 
ered fr varioas labllcannB am 

the coiiniry : 

Slen i:\perieneed aa hMlies' pocket- 
books and handbags; stondy work. 
WaMed— Maid for shmmI 
■ fhaaily of tw 



newly fliilshed aad 
with windows on fonr sides. 

Silk socks. 49 rents. 2.fir 0 pairs pnr- 
chaseil for this sale. Y'oii never saw 
such values. I'liey won't hist long. 

Wauled hy a wi.l.'W.'r a r. -pei la.hlH 
woman to nurse a litile girl at least 
thirty-live y.'ars old. 

Kor Hent — Secoiid slory front room; 
semi-private hath; eleelric light. 

Wanted— Thirty or forty good young 
able.* tonasw- 

Vor Bala Bhhj cantage. In good 
•ondttlHk BiBssa fhr asiUag; baby 

Kve ifhod| *s 



Thing Like That Mentioned 
Nothing to This AppHeant foe 

American Citizenship. 



At etic'li liearini; wla-re applications 
of foreigii-liorn p.'rs.nis seekiii.- .iti- 
zenshlp in the L'nited Slates are con- 
sidered aiU pa«H d on. incidents come 
up nhleh adil huniur to the Mherwise 
si»rlons iirutess. At a f i ciat hsailag 
befoie Jtidge W. W. TtMSWIaw mt the 
Superior court, Basai ].' asaage 
Mackay. United Statoa nnlMaMsBliii i 
offlcvr, was quizzing an applicant re- 
gariliiig his knoultnlge of the Inner 
workings nf the povciaMeat and re- 
gnnllng tfen hMaey ml BM VM 



"Seen anything of an avia- 
tor's helmet around here?" 



Milk for the Baby, 

Two year-old Hetty ha 
a special brand baby inllk 
ly has be. n driiikiu!; very little, pre- 
ferring the more s.ili.l fomls. At the 
dlnuiT ImI'I.' n few .I.iys aco it became 
the suhjert of dis. ussion and it was 
decided to ills..  iii inue the special 
milk when Phyllis, six years old, who 
had been listcniu'.; wilh interest. In- 
quireil: "IiiiiMy, where ilo tlie,v get 
milk for babi .s? Is that cuirs milk?" 



States. 

"Who was the lirst rresidsal I 
l ull.'.! States?" he .isked. 

"Washinci'in. 1 . C," 
anxioii.s applicant. 

".lust lenvn aC tim Ot. C." 
Mackay. 

"Oh.i«Mni 




Ho Had to 
Testerday wbBe I 

of it or an^ more of it. Which 
reminded me of a remark I onoeheanl 
a very old man make. He was III and 
was telling aw of Ids troubles. Wuh- 
imt thinking I salil: "I don't s  e Imw 
you stand it." The old man thought 
a while and then rejlitsl feebly: "I 
have to stand it '." There are mnny 
disagreeable tilings we can't get away 
from; we an eemaaHod to stand 
thcH.— a. W. Bmmm, la UnHy Hatan 
ofn 



According to This Gdrman 
It Is Easy to Add to One'n 
of Usefulness. 



The gathering of centenarians wk 
place the other day recalled ths 
rnae of the eminent German phjaliiM^ 
Doctor 

at the naa ad 
He uflea 

an InftilllMe 
iiy. uliich he would rev«nl to MW 
ua.rl.i in his will. Upon hla daaS^ 
tlien, this formula was disclosed: 

"Put your iK'd. orienting It by means 
nf a coiiipas.s. so that you will bava 
your liemi phiceil north, and lie Id a 
hori'.;'.nial is.sillun. Sleep solidly with 
dose! lists. " 

This is tlie whein srcTOt. This pos^ 

am. m hi I 





Is te 



Matt srs . Kor days May had hmucix 

her fdferings to the teacher's desk—* 
mysterious looking packages which afc 
»a.\s proveil to lie the Inevitable blol» 
ters. Finally, in jiefjilexity. the teachee 
called .May to her and said, "It's lovely 
of you. dear, to bring these blotter^ 
hut really. I've so many now — " 

"« h. that's all right." was tho an- 
swer, "we've got to mnny at 
mamma aaM: *WhatH wo ever 
with aB thaae MsMsnt WbB * 
yon tnhe 'om to ] 




(TU HE CUNTIXL'KU.) 



'Crei'.sta^.e-.'. •'.. • • 



AN EARLY TYPE OF MONOTHEISM 



Melchiiedek So Figures in Pages of 
Scripture and at Character 



MelchlzedeU is a vague cliaiacte: 
occasionally lueutluueil in the Scrip- 
tures, whuae nnme nienna "king mt 

referewoaa to him indicate that be waa 
king mt BalsM. aad priest mt J s b s ea b 
In tho thae of Abraham, nnlting the 
royal wtth the priestly dignity, and 

so becoming a welcome type for the 
ancient writers. ^ 

Ijiter on his name si-eiiis to have 
liecome more or less legendary, and ■ 
was used in a tigiiratlve sense as "a 
priest forever after tlie onhr of 
Melchlseflek." nnd be is placed in thej 



self, apparently as a type of 
iiioiii'ilii isii,. s'till later he becomes 
i.h t'.'ili. il s'..v:-.. til., son -1' .Noah, 

and the amesl.ir of .Miraliaiii, an, I Ig 
ill.' -iihiect ol' an eliiliornte -lory in tliij 
llgyiiliaii hook of Aihiiu ami Kv.'. lu 
this story he Is n'pres. nfi .1 as having 
been chosen of liod "from all gen- 
emthma of men," lo stond by the IxMly 
of Adua nflar it hnd been brought 
linck to Itr asni i M. He is aapposed 
to hare WMslntd with AdaM's body 
under the protection of an nngri nntll 
he encountered Abraham. Re ia ane 
of the four mentioned In Holy Writ 
as "without father and witliniit mother 
without lb-scent, having neither begli  
iiiiu- of 'lays nor end of life, hut made 
like unto the Sua of Oad 'M-tftn fm^ 



So you hear 
the clock strike 
the night hours 7 



row often jroo hava hsard peorle aay. "I can't 



1 



m 



BLUEING METAL 

There are severa' methods of blue- 
n;; steel. You iiiigbl try the follow- 
ing : Scour the steel with a small quan- 
Illy of strong aaaeaas sslatlon mt 
Soda, rinse with 



Makes Old Waisis Like. New 




at cMoride aCirai 
fire iiMiMi of water and let dty;^^^^^^ 

to eaa aaacv of w ind brash. 



This should thea he tawiaeret' ia 

order to be durable. The articles lie- 
Ing hlihvl sliiiiild have their surf.Tces 
cleaned and polished. They may then 
be heated to n temiieratnre of SOO to 
600 degrees according to depth of 



■nrty 



dwwd light by electrtclty nil of Ms 
were coBstracted with the paint 
m tt oecacwd 
la Bdtasa Bar IB Ihi MMi who 



were assoclateil with him thnt an) 
light could 1).' Iian.lleil siiicessfullj 
unless till' Ituiiio \sere alloueil lo as 
ceml. Although Kdison genius bad 
succeeded In producing ^ht by elec- 
tricity, the Inventor's everyday fa 
BiUlarUy with the cnaMinn gas Jet with 
Bs asecaaag inaM bUMlsd Mm for a 
tiam to the fhct thnt hhi new ilaht 
esidd be prodnced with the lamp in 

any position. Thus were all of Ihi' 
early eiettrtc .Imndeiiers constructel 
a way that the individual bulla 
baast 






Theresa no ■a crif ic a in aaaUm h sak h satfe, as ao many thousatvto 
have found who have tamed from coliee to Postum. It haa a 
deli^itfa] coffee-like flavor, and is free from any elemeia IhBI 

can harm you. As many cups as you like, and no regrets. 



Your grocer haa Poatum in two forma: 
paipflni kaaadr la tiw cap bjr A 
PoatniB CaaBI Oa packages) for thoaa 
wtula tba ami IsbeiDg prepared; 



Poatum (in tiiM) 




Tha two forms of 
Postum arc aquallyd*. 
Uciona; and tba cost la 



Postum FOR HEALTM 

'There*s a Reasom* 



Maffp bv Post'jm Cereal Co., Inc. Battle CreeV. T4'ch. 




M 



AUf l MAgW II I C AllTl IMiy i tnra •  n^-ht .-.nd Sunday. 



liSVlLLE. - • - - 

•MordiDf; to «rt of Cob- 




THl KSDAY. \ i\ KMUKK 
E. 0. THOMPSON. 
LESSEE & OPERATOR 
Ow inggville. Kentucky. 

•LWIA 

J. W. %mutU mU fiuwlv. ..I rr.'l: I 
y\'^. 1,1 Tie s«.«n/. 

vt^=«t^ hS, falfcir M. I* •» 

Mi Ol a«' Vouiis » w ^Kinps- 

Stnll. H»*t»rrt I|»W'A ..M!t 
AU. n. .-ill of PmrviW* 
 1-   ( Vr. SluII'- IirrrthPT. 
r«ri-r t Mali hmr Mvewl Ua.vs l«-t 

K. M. S»Mn.. .I nid't'T. 

•r I'iurt-iUt, M. M. Sirt-lc. "■■•  

SH rll'.. •il'r ;in,! -ol'. (.f (;:lll."_-li T. 
U". V«, and J- H. S»ari/. ami -.►n-^ 

w.*k with tiMtr |i»r«'nt?=. 
Oemrge Svartz ami wife. 

UwK Vkipi JtHM-  :iii l I hiiami. nt 
Ml. Strtiinp. iMlle* hrr imnlx . . 
Mr-. Kalr t'otitiRma fcwP S«*«fl' v 

Vtie PMKTua mmi fHiii:l  tui'l 

CMm, imm U wmkm ifcMr hMw . 
■m. J. L. Onf mat mm. tiit-rl 



STEPSTOfiC 
l'4iiirii« UiUon and iki4M , lii.-.^ 
Alina, \-is(tr4 KoiMTt WilsoM and 
J'amilv lit S(i« n.   r l;is( \\ t k. Thfy 

.tktt »i.si4' i4 tttkvr (rimi . 

Mnt. h. B. WiK«a its vr ilHi|e hrr 
■  t iiuli: -r. Mr . .IPMiB C «|wltr m 
IhNirtHiii  -oaul\. 
1**^:!. f MiK  HKw MaM!)- rr aiT l haaic* 
I hi- uci'V t ri;ai a vikitc wiNi ftr i f ^^^ 
ill t arbslc. 



A 

«'i 
i l 

S;.l,. 

(•I I hit'. 



itaiik. 



tW II 



Mrs. Ba» r mt pm U r, vha Iwk hmi 

\i-itiii!r Imt Ji'^-r ^iihI l;i?iiilv in 

^ lti iirlH n  'i iiiil\ rt'liinirtl li  iii ' lu-t 
) t^aUardav. 

Mrs. a. y\'. KiiM-aHi va^ raKnl Ihr 
|ai.l wtfk In riM  lird i lF uf htv lilll   

pMwaoni.i. 

Mrs. Kranii Rmiin Kfimtt a frw 

 ';i\, :1ir | .i-; wiik «if!i li r i-Iri. 
Mr:.. AUx KUhmI at Sail IJrk. 

Kei ilw W J*Wvi« awl triftt kavp 

mtivnl 1" VV. I!, r.iniii" li;icl'- Ikhi rj 

\:i 'at  l liv llovl 'riii iii|t:-iiii nil I I 

Mr-. H S. Kitiftiprr. «»l Mt. Slir 
.I'i'l Ml- WiIIkiiii .\ii lor^  ii vis 

ll.'tl IrHMll- luTi- till-- « vk. 

4i. \V. Turk-v aiid wife,  if HI. 
Ktfriiac. ri-i1*«l llMMr f^m, €%eMrr 

;'ihl taiiiilv till' | ;i-l Ktwk. 

Ditn IM«•vlll^ .Ir., tif aear (HriBp«- 
villr, Tt n i t M hiK ■iiH«  H. I . RWins 

j'li.l l imilx llii^ ttcfk. 

Mi -. A. It. TlioiiiH-Miii ami t-liil- 
II. «( Mt. ♦M«  i wg. njprmt l^rUaT 
V III In r iiHitliiT, Mr- r.'illii' Hairaii. 

Mr-, l liiirlu' I'riic  |K'iil Kinlav 
villi hrr sister, Mr.«. IVaak Taaaf; 
:ii I  i»rn;r-MlU'. 

\llif \Vil-iiii ami |y -»i- Williaiu.s 
«i ii ' l iriciKl- al SiH'iii'cr ^'atariaj 



10 -i 

■III 

.1 
\ 

■.iirt'ly l"r i 

;ili||  III till- .M, -iiiiii'i' 
ami liPariRi; sis ppr roi.. H-n-st |mt 
aiiniiiii from  lat ' of -■iil * iitilil (laiil. 
IVniil- 111 1ia\r llii' fiTi i- iiiiil flVfrl of 

.1 ,ltl»i ''lu ll! 

I.K.SLIK i^^IIWtUT, M. C. B. f. (*. 



1L J. 



at 0«iRf  vii) - 



COMMISSIONER'S SALE 

i:.\ r!i I IT t III i; r 

i{ *lH«rca KwinfT. admr. Jminps 

r.«tiifr. ilci-i-astM. IMaiiiiitT, 

MT-ll- Nlilli'l' of S.il,. 

.I.iiiir. M. Kmill^, ft al lli l. ii.l.iiil ■. 

I   Mi'lUf »f a ^iu'litiufiit aii l oi'iU r 
of sail- of Ihr llalli Cin-iiit I'otirf. 
irii.lriril at llir Oil'.li. r Iriiii, llirir 

•  l. lii'J'J, III l.h - alMiVf -IvU'd ai'lioii, 
I as Ma^^'or  'onitnts-iim T of -aid 

MONDAY. DECEMBEIR II. 1922. 
at ahoMl tke ktmr of mtr a'rtavk p. 

Ml. (-aiiH- Iwiiiir tlii  (ifsi diiv of t'li- 
■' ;:iiliir icnii of tlii' llatli ('oii!il  

• •iirt ) al tho fniiit door of the coart 



li, on Ibf wr.i sitle of foanly ro: il. 
ii lonicr with llarl: tht-m-c rro nu- 

llir i-i.ad \ K .'. t I Ikiiii Im ■ 

-titkt' af 7. ii •'oriii'r hiIIi I'  'Ii . 
th«'«i«T N firi'..., K. 7.M » fhaiii- to • 

■.'lli i i(»Iili:; ..f }'\ . ."III. I wtl't 

ilaM.- ; tliciiK' \ .{ . U. I 1.1)1 iliaiii^ 
III Makf al Kip. !». a ronii-r «illi 
Mvii . ill. 11. 1- S SI,. \\ 'si; .liaiii- 

, oak sliiiii|i ,i| III. a l oiiin | 

«• a Mvi-r-: ihfiKi- S :t|iM. \V i:«.s| 
  haiiu lo liiiini nak ,il Kil'. II I'-'', 
lirt slmrt ol a lilai-k oak ii'iiikril :i 
a |M iiil«T and • Irt ' al 
• npl *s from a wliiU'  iak iiiarkrd a - 
!• | ..iiili'r»: Iht'iMf X llfU. W IS.VI | 
I liaiii- lo -toiir ill ffiHi- ill Kiu'. I'-.' 
a i-onifr with Conner; lhi*ii -i- N 71''') 
\' .TWi fhiiins III s'takf ul Kip. I.'!. 

.1 li. r « llll I nl'llrr ,111.1 l;. .1 
ill. II..' «illi Ul III N •'••'•"•i. W 1.'.. • 
I li.iin., lo stakp in Kfitl's iim- al Ki;r. 
II, al i-liii. a iiiriur "illi I..I No. I; 
lu ll.i. «.ili I..I \... 1. - ..' ,. \V I I.IJ 
I li.'iiiu to Ibi^ hfpillliilip, riMitailiiiu 

Tli -rr i- a | :»--w.iv "JO fi-i'i widi' ' 

.'li.ll'_' ill.- li.'iil III'.' i.x. r III.' ,l,i«,'i j 

li.ii'l ,illolti-d lo .Ml-. I.iii'y llarU'i'l 
for lh   liPiM Hl of sniil land   nirrfd i 
..M. I 
Sail- will U' i:iailc oil a I'i'i-ilil m I 
-ix iiMMiths. Thf | nrvh:isfr will ! «• | 



Waa llythiciil Mi.^arch. | 
I'li'sh'r .li'iiii WHS li.i' liili hIm'II to j 
III! III. I. iiiary i 'iiri-i imi s,i\ . i .•l;.ii, «lio, , 
iK'.'i.iiliii;.- |i  iiKilii'viil tniiliiioii, riiUil I 
»vt*r an i*sfmsiv«* (•tii| ir ' in IIm- in   
ItHior of Asia rtnrlnc llu  Twetfth ivn- , 
iury. This inyllt in Kii| |HiM^i tu lo liaw i 
oi'iciiiiiml In ilif sliirie!« of ih * .Nt-slor- 
lun iiii^sioiiuritii, ulnt, la Mm* Kh-vt-iitli 
and Tni-irili i-t^itiirif^. twiK'tralail in   
to i'a ;|iTii .Xsia iiml i ..iim i Ii .1 lo 
t '111 i-l i.iiili \ our Onii;;. a l.li:.ii ""I l ar ; 
tiirx. Ill lITi ■'••iH' .\lr.\iiiiili-i III (lis I 
I'lit.-ti 'il an I'livoy lo l*r -. li'i' .l.iliii. I iit 
llll- :illl'';'- • :..|'.|- lli'\ T I I'l liril.'l ; iin.l 

111 IJ. I I.Miii- l\ , r KraiiiT M'lii Kill' 
ni'liii-. II In lull li'iar, to '-riU'li lur 
liini. I. Ill llll' .i.tiii'iii-\ |.r,t\ril iiiiilli'-' 
l:i hil'T xiMi-^ Ti- :.iti..ii I rjiii i .'rrr.l 
l"i,-i r .I..I.I1 111 \l.\--iiia, v.'i.ii- 111- 

• ..lltlUlli-'l llis ll..Mlllrill I' -.i.-ti'll. r as 

kiiiK ttt Dial miinlry. | 



hous»  in Owiwpsville. Ilalh t^iil.v. ri-i|iiiri-d to m,. Im.ih! wuli ^,-...,,1 



Art of Lighting. 

At a iiHi'limr of iiii fii'.:ii rina so- 

cirty oiM« «'\|aTt ••x| ri-  isl tlii' "pin 
Ion tluil III*- illiiinlnutinu •■ii:;iii M-r l iiii 
In-nt a •■allMtlrul \fry uiw-li an a 
| ainl -r  ^l•-K. liy i-mi'lia^iziiis IIh* 
llciilN nnd sliailiiws. I If Ii:is i-onti 
ctt'iMV ill till* ri-siilts til Im- i.lti.iiiiisl liy 
n Kolillioii or llll- |iri Mi-iii i.i' liiiiiit.i-ii-' 

IMllnl. Ill- il,--.'l il.i'.| :l . ,,11. ,11 l.:lll 

ii'lliiiL'. rj'i li-.'i -nii.-iii'. wlii.li laiM 
l'. .i. illi'iiint ii.'.l \iiili :i LI, -111 \ari,'i.\ j 
i.f 'rir |i:;lii-. ni.'.lili.'.l I'V -i r. i-Ii-. | 

v., M- I., |.t I'.jii. .' .1 ) tr." I .-1" .1 Mi l. I 

il"um-. I. Ill li:':iii 'ii|..ii-l  . ..|.".'.|, ..ri- 

I'lllnl I lli;. H.' I'.-li.v.'- Il::il ill l.lll,- 
llirfl- will 111' li-;'.i lui-u.l llUllilli.lls I 
liilx-s, iitiil llial iiii'iiiis uill \»- 111. Mill 
iM-IItT lo niaiii- tlii  aliii.'s; lii'D- of a 
lan;   nMHn tslinv withotii tl»- sliKlii'st 
vlHllilr nivans of IlluniinaUoii. — Wusli- 
liiKlaiM Hiar. 



I 
V 



"Flying DalBbi- LaflWML 

Till- Ii ri'iiil of ikr liyhis Ihiti-hinaa 
W or n |iiiii-h i.kip|M r mIio. in the 
••iirty part of iIih S«-v»-iiii-i-iii1i •'•■n- 
fiii\\. was toiiic lo rmiMl lln- i'ii| f 
.•f ilo.il lii-|ii- ill till- ii-i i'i of a s'li-- 
.'l- .-ioil of lii-a»\ ;,-;il.'-. :i ; n-l wll'i ll 
Ills rlllllis,\ .mil «:i- nil .i I ' I.. 1.1 Ml 
I" »il|ih\:ii'i| ,111.1 ^.1111 aii,\ (v:iy. 'I lii- 
I'lil. Ii s',i|,|.. r IS -111.1 to iiliis 

| lll'|i|iMI-l\ ili-lii'il ll:.' Mlili'.Illy I.I si'l-ji 

Iiitii Ill-Ill r.' iii'l'iu llll" . :i|'i'. iiii'l ill* 
ilariil l!,:il III- wi.ilil ki'i'i  al il. llll 

-|iiii- ol lii',iM-i I lii-ll. iinill lio uiaili- I 

It. Ill- (\,is lal.i'ii ..1 llis wuni, ami la | 
sNiHiMstil t.i lif Ktill at il. lutaelaalivc j 
MalhmiM-n of bypiHM* yt^w. wIm «^ \ 
i i«niwlne iht* i-aoMMm ott arrriwe of { 
iH-nvy wratlHT »tr Ibf ra|M  aati a li*-ail , 
winil. HMil to iniaeiiM  Ihnt  hiI of lli - I 
lalKt they iiMitd tlir kiiIIoI of tlit- | 
KI\iiiU t»ili'liiiuiii. «itli its ilaiinllfss | 
.,i|-iain siamliiii; on hi-r liitli i-oop | 
..ml sliiiklin: hi- li-l at li i- -I'-iiiiv ', 
sliy. II Is i|llito siif,- I,. -:n lli'il till- 
l''l in_- I'm. Iiiii:iii !■ IS 1I..1 .ii-i.-' iri'-l II ; 
_-:-.'.'il .1. Ill .'I' r. ' ■ hi .V ' I !■ Ill I ii'l, 
r«'w niiHli-ni si aiiii-n liavi- i-vi-r jii-anl i 
••r tbi» ifci«iL- AtlrpMMi* MagastetF. | 



\ 



Wi ftama mmi wtb ana Kli/a 

iMth William- wt« is  NnM(KViU   
MoTiday on liu-inM«. 

Miarl Wdfh and taad^ Irfl 
day far Marion Iiid. 

Ma»4 T Kahy *»np-, «C IB. 
liag, lb »isitinp his j;r,uiiiiiioi!ii r. Mr- 
Kale Ca«t«aa her* tki. week. 

II' .\-liIand. M-M -il hi- niotlirr, Mr-. 
(-;Usabe(li WiIIuuuk here Sunday. 



..f 



^.i!i 
Will 



I'np' Monii:iv on lui-iiirss. 

Mrs. Bob Smith anil   hildrpn 

■auly of bir si-lt-r al Ml. 
8«tiuday and Saada^'. 
Mm. iae IHevins w as ia KaN liM 
1 iir day last wn-k. 

Miwaa JIaUie aad btelU U«Ue5 

».,'.k. 

B. F. i caix aad faaiily, of Karm- 
an. arihi «■ *• «( ib iitt- 



Mr Will v.. .\l.ln-nii, 
l.'cb, visited lnT niii-lf, \\ 
lams ia 4 rn mk 

Miss lanilli- K"? rs who ha- bi'rii 
 |Uito sii'k, i  slowly iii)|«rovinp. 

A Mter miltea by Mra. Irvine 
HorMOMn, stales that they are well 
and atwU c d ia (heir new htMae al 
Ml n«w; 



Mis- Ora Mt'tralfi' ha- airrptcil 
poMiioa as Itsatiier at Wallius- 

lailaa Cmmtty, Kjr. 
Ml-- I'l-arl Cruiiih xj-itn! Mi- 
* r.i M -tralf«- at WallmMrtt-k, Ky. 

Mm. j. W. Jawa, af ML 8l«riia(r. 
and Mr. L. R. I^aae, at Rii hmond. 
visited Iheir  i-l 'r. Rniily llarlM-r. 

Uk. laawi Siifdi'par, uf Ml ■ores' 
Ferty a|Mai Baaday with idalivea 



Mrs. K. C. .Jordan, ol  iln.- 11,11. 
wa« aa over Saa day vinitor uf her 



Alafowaickair 

Mr*. HMianl Mc-Caitjr «aa is Mi. 
flliifc'^ Bdtairtay oa tiaMMas. 

. r- 
Mr, 

Mr-. .\11m I'l-rkins «iid rhildren. of 
■ear Hwaiaf hwry, VMled her aistvr 

Georpe Gamer, aped sivt  y  ni^. 
died Friday of |m -u«oniH al thi' 
a( httt at rp-bn ther, William 
OanMT, a( aear OviaffsviUe. He wati 
boned at Oilead Satarday. Hr 
leaves two half brothers, Siiiiu tt and 
Wiliiaa Oaner aad a boa of ftieade 



and «ifr, 
weU. 



I Oam 

\ bnrie 

leave 



^ Wmm «a Qm$m Oamtt an d 



Sli-rliiiiT f-ourt Mo^iday. 

VVesB liumback, wife and 



liaby 



Tu* aiek: Jahn fiamMt i- some 
better af hi.i Ulness. W illie Buile °s 
ilL The hahy aC tMibcrt 
M ^mry M. 
T. R. Ratliff, of (iraoi^e City, 
■n Satafday aft tf aaa 



Mr-. Hi' iv  •.;■;- I oiivilaiifliMH 
ftaoi her reeeut illuesa. 

Meat. Evefwtt Baiar ka« Wea eaa- 
iiaed to her mom w ith a severe eold. 

Mrs. Ivan Mjrers and little t on, ot 
HaatiaKtaa, W. aw gtata at 
rrialnaa hcic 

Mirs. laaar Shoa$-e is ri.sitinp in 
Lexiiipton. 

MfK. £. Lk Kcrvheval is vixitiag 
wlatwes hefie. \ 

Tile |.,'i,lii- \iil iif the t'lir.-tiaii 
Cliurt-h wiU give ibeir auiuual Bazaar 

There w ill be -i r\ ieOs at the M. 
K. Chureh on Thank spying Day, 
Noveulier 30. The Ladita Aid at 
the M. E. Chareh w^ill t«r\'e an ele- 
pant Booa diaaer that day at one ut 

Ihr 



LOCUST umvc 

Chailie Om4gM, aC 



City, 



(iadgeU. Cha 



r 



hi^ p«n-iils. Mr. anii Mr-. ,T. T. 
(ladgeU. Charite has purehased a 
III llH fce 
will take posse— inn of soon. 

Ledford Uamer and wife wert th« 
a( Mn. OanafOa aa^ Mr*. 
Wajne Williams Mi iuidtf wac 
fMes«« reeenll.v. 

Mrs. Mollie Heiiiirix MH^ » paei-l 
Mrs. M. T. Haadha at 
MMday laat awk. 

and Kannie .\niler 
a( their aiHter, Mr*. 



Mr-. Kelly Denton and Mrs. Etna 
Maddos, of UkU, wcte gneau ot El- 




lin. Bbv Hiirhb'y is. we are (da ' 
ta aay, better at tbi^ « niuif:. 

Henry Dare, the infant son of 
ay4» Bailey aad wiCe diod last ^'at 
■rtay aad waa liariud at the Baib y 

(lave;. aril Sunday aftemi oa. 

Mn. MoUie Headhz waa a 



Mr. ami Mr-. Kiiliy Hrailliy vi- 
iti-d relativi^s at Murehi-ad recently. 
lha.l.B. L iiii ij waaUfcataA- 

side of her sister, Mrs. 
at Keynoid-\ille lasi w« 

Mrs. J. L. JiiarkUurf 
siek list laat wmk. hat % iMMer at 
this wrilinp. ^ 

-\li--i-- Mae Shrout, of Owiiipsvi 
and Lat-iUe Moonv Foi«e HiH, were 
ganla Mn. lOtky Bradley last 
Sunday. 

ilrs. Duk-ina DanieU, of Owiiys- 
«WM wlat i re a hen fraai Pan- 
day until Tue-day. 

IHt Sweliiaui and wile, of Owings- 
ville, s|H-nt the day wilk iMr BMlfcn 
Mrs. Luiy Swetnam last Frida.v. I 

V rpaline. little dauphter of Mr\ 
an. I Mr- .V. li. June., ha.- diphtheria 

Ivctta, littie dai^ttr of ItaUaa Gad- 
^ ^a the sieic list. 

Mr. ami Mr-. Kirliy Hrailley and 
little soa spent the week end in Ow 



Wedneaday until Frida.v. 

Hawliy Evennaa aad family and 
lf«VMi HaaMaa aad faauly of 

()d*.t-a were piu t- u! Wahtr Troueh 



COHMISSIOIIER'S SALE 

BJLia dBcurr ooubt 

EsteHa K. Chaarh. ete., PUintiffs, 

ytnms Notice of Sale 
Willie L«e Cna «, etc. r ' liiil 

By virtue of a ja^KBMat and onh r 
of bale of the Bath Cin uit C ourl , 
reiiiiered at I he (ti iolier term, there- 
of, lilJ2, in the above atylad aettun, 
1 aa Maatcr CnaimissMier of Kaid 

l oi r!, will on 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1822, 
mt tkmtt 19-M •'dock a. a. at Hm 

front (ioor of (he iJetliel Bank il 
^etLel, Bath eoiui.ty^ Kentucky, sell 
lo the ' 



Ky.. -ell t.  the hi'^he t bidder 

lollii«iii-.r ill . rilir.l Ill-ill K-lale: 

Tlif uiidiMilea ihnv fourtjis iuti*r 
r-t in the ftdlnwinp Iraet of land »n 

I'l.ll'l t'o|llll.\, Kl'Ill lll'k  . llOlllllllll ,111.1 

ile-i-rilH-il as IoHuHs: llepiiitiinp al 
a ieaninp se  stone on the Xorlh sjal^ 

"I |l|. olil Mml l.ii'k roail ami Ma-! 
ol a liraiii ll at li ller .\ on the olii 

Mat: theaer X 23»4 K :iS |i.d.v. t . 1 within llie |kis| week. Twelv 
,1 slake «l B; Iheiiee X !»• depn-e* ' t»f whieh Mrn- l or vi«d«li(tn.s of th.- 1 

,'inl lli iiiiliiiii -. K liS.7."  | olr- III a j | i'olii!inioii law . I 

IMiiiil on llll- Ml' 1 - ill' ..I till' 111. nil I j ■ — ■ — — 

at Fiif. 3; ibtnue N hS, \V lit).:.'.'i | Treacurer of the United State*. 
p.de  lo Kip. 2 «»n said l*t:il. a stake 



tbi- 1 .-nrety iiiiynble lo the Ma-ler ( oiii 
11 -inner and liearinp -iv |H-r leiit 
iiiieri-st |HT nniium from tluie of sale 

nniil paid. Bond to have the forie 

. M.j ,11. . f ,,! .1 lii,!-ii'i'lil . 

i.KsLii: sjiKtu I, M. c. n. c. c. 



r»iiit  on.' «.iii':'ir- have liOeii 
urd l ioiii I lie ( iiiiiily .liidpi-'.., of 




•I llll' !ine ol the |."i ami lilt ai r - 
trail-; Ibenee S L', W l»2 l-.'l |N les 
•« Pip. It a Mark i/oenst stake on 
Ihe saath BWrpiii ol -.lid roa.l : I li. n. ,- 
S S7 d i ' g rie s , :t7 niinutes, I-', .'(ll |io|e ; 
lo the ht it ia a iag . eaataiwiii); timiy 

.1. n - ..t laiul. 

So iiiueli of said inli'le-i in -,iii| 

tract af laad viil he sold as aiay be 
nei-essHty ta pw da nj the kaai ot 

••i'.»t«.«.'». 

Sale will be inaile on a i redil of 
MX mouths. The iwri-haser will lie 
iMitrired to exeente bond, payable 

to the iiii.li'i -i.:ni'.l M.i-lrr ('oiiiiiii- 
s'oner, with li |H-r eent interest |H-r 
na n aai fmai date af aale aatal paid. 
Ponds III have the Cavre aad eCrrt 

of a juilpiuenl. 

I.KSUK HHBtlLX M. €. B. C. C. 

SALE 

V l il   lUl I IT Ktl li'T 
(j. B. Hart, ct al I'laintills. 
Terxas Kotire ttf Sale 

Miiiiiie liouaril, it al 1 »i-' rmli n! - 
By Mrliie ol a .juilpiiient and order 
of sale ol the Bath Cimut Court, 
ivndi-red al the Oi-tober lenn. there- 
of, lltL''.'. ii: the alxive styled aelion, 

I as Master Ciiaiaiia iaarr at said 
Court, will aa 
MaMAV. BECEMEB II, 1922, 

at alioiii I'lr hour .•! ..in- o'l-loek p. 
m. (same iH-ing the lirsl ilay of the 
ivKular tctM aC the Bath Coanly 
• "'11 I at the fnat Aaar af the eour! 
house in OwiafBnic^ Bath coanly, 
Ky., tiell ta the M|(lke«t Mdder the 
fallowiiip deserilH-d trai-t ol' laml. 
eonlaiiiinp 'M-t aeres situate in Bath 
(Viunty, Kaataeky, bonaded aa the 
North by a lampike and dirt road. 
o:i the South by the lanas of nyde 
Yoniip and .Mrs. Nellie Clark; on 
the East by the laud« of A. H. and 
Klria llart, itohrrt Oakley and the 
r.iMii' lli ir-; on i!ii- We-l li\ ilu- 
lauds of A. M. antl Kl\-ia Hart. 

Said laad wfll he aald oa a eredit 
af six nionihs. Pan haa i will ho 



Til- iri'.i-iiii r lit llll- I Mill, I .-stale* 
In rliiirtiil hIiIi lln- ri-iiii'i ami ilis- 
liiirsi mint ol :il| iiiiMI.- iiioii.-.\s iliat 
may In- ili'|iosti,-i| j , the treasiir  at 
Wii llll L'l.-ii .iii'l 111 llll' siili-iri-a-iirie-i, 
ami in lln- faiioinil I'liiil: il.'ii"s.ii'rii's. 
Ill- Is the ri'.li'iii|it l.-n iimnt l-ir na- 
I tii-iial liiiiik 11. .Il -, l.'ili-ral ri -ervi- hank 
j iii.li-s anil fiili nil ri-i-r\e iioK-s; is 
I Ini-Iii- for lioiiils lirlil 111 SI -1 lire iiii- 
tii-iiiil hank l in iihiiioii :iiiil | iihll.' ile- 
|Misits In iiiiiioii.il lisiiiks, ami liomis 
held In net 11 IV poatal savinvR in hunks; 
la enatndlan of niiMeellan  nns trust 
(aada; la flaral agent for pnylni; inter- 
eat aa Ihe paMIe lieM aad for i ayiiii; 
the haHparthaae hond* af tlM t hll- 
llpiae lalnada. prtne^l and talereat: 
ia trcaaarer of the bnard mt tnmteeii of 
the pfNital anrlniia sjrMeai: and bi es- 
olDelo eomnilwiiinier of the sinking 
fund of the niairkt of Columbia. The 
oMce ia fllled hr lareaidentlal appoint- 



♦ C am f ar t ir af Calenial Oaya. 

In 1712 Ititijnniin Franklin bntusht 

out Ills "New rei-nodsaai&JCttCSbUXll 
a rather i'oin|ili' 
both I'oal an 



Itare wallM are n rt ibe lH*st thine In 
the world for tin* ra«lio|ilioiu  lir-.-iil' \ 
eiisltnc siikIIo. Itii-ently, ihh* of ilie 
leiiiliii-,' slinli.'s iii.-\ii| ii;;ii a lar;:e, 1 

lii'aiiiiiiill.v ll i .ti'.l 1.. .111. with jian- i 

eh'tl nails ninl sihumiIi, iiiiIh'oI-i'II ri'ilillX. j 

l'n»violls to lliiit tllii.'. till- sluilio Ill-Ill I 

forili In «hai lia l I'l i-n tin- . ikr.ioin | 
of a fiii-toi'.v ..,1...'. ivliiTi- ill.' 1 :iri- 
Htill- hail lo 111- liiilil. I. Willi lies 

iinil nil.-, \il.tl'- III i.i';^ \\;i- lii'.-k. n 

ilji li.v lii':iiii-i. Ili.u i-\ I'l , I 111' ll — nil - oil 

luiiii'.l Willi II 1.1 -lii.lii, r.-otii i\i-ri- 

ex.-. Hi nt, for ili.- ii aMiii llial :h -re was 
|.r:ii'ti 'iilly no i-rlm m -.-iiiiil n-llii-llon 
froiii Ihe walls iiinl et-ilinc The new 
stniliii room will have to lie |in vi led 
njili ta|H-striei  or some othtT form of 
soiind-aluHwMnp hancinps In onk-r to 
rediiit* erhiK -Si-lentlfle .^lIleriean. 

Earth Always Meeting Mi;teoroid . 

'I'lii- i-arlli in it- orMi i- • i.nsi aiil ly 
eneoiiiiti-riiii; nt-'li-nruiils. Tin-.-i- aii- 
eoniitiess Kliiall IsMlies in lln- .solar sys- 
tem. Thi-ir vehM-ily Is so ;;reat that 
the n -is'i-n-'i- of e\eo a rarer purtbtn 
of iiiiiii s|ilii-re rainea Iheir mirfat-va to 
uliili* heal. Ihua oriivertiiu; liM-iN into 
niettHira. alao known aa '^mUnx*' or 
"fnlllniC rtara, aemHtea, llreballii, Im - 
llihn, ete. TIm BMjnriijr of tlw«e par- 
tielefi are entirely iHKMipati^ bnt wme 
pans out of ataniapliere aipiin and 
amnetlaM* rramaata CaB ta earth aa 
mcteortteii. 



Mint 



Wlllill I- 

..-ii'U int.. 
'I'raiiklin - 

of the eo|.» . — A 

u it-Il l, a 
lli-.'ll lip I 
it at iiiulii 

round, and ■■ ■ i 
Hve tnehes .. 

metal t«ii aad 

Tills aaa WM w::^-«, ^m^-,^* 
aad phM^ hef"*..^ the bed 
I aiaoil abaat raiiMljr. Wotid 
was my ptaMMW aad traa aaed nniie 
freely, tiw Ima l f i 
Ini; vaal quantttttn of it 



ni|uired to ext^-ute hoad with pood 
fmnfy tmt the parahaae priea pay 

aUe to the Master Ciiminis-ioner 
and bearinp six jier ei iil iiilere-i per 
aniiuni frmn date of sale until p.iiil. 
Btmds lo have the farce and cffet-t 
of a jadgaaat 

I.HSUE SHBOOT, IL C. & C C. 




liATII CIK'Cl-IT CtU KT 
i:dith Hurt, et al PlaintiiTs, 
vcfaaa Notice of 8ale 

Manraret Bolts, et al DifeMiIant- 
B\ \iitiii' of a .judpiiient and iirdei 
111 -all' ol ihe Bath Circuit Court, 
reudereil at Ihe Oelober tenu, there 
y\ of, 1922, in the above styled aelion. 
I a- .Masu-r I'fwin firaur a( aaid 
Coart, will oa 

MMAY, KCCMCII II, 1922, 

at a'loiil Ihe hour of one o'l lm k p. 
tu. (same lieinp the lirst day of the 
ngahur tena af the Bath Coaaty 

CimrO at the front door of Ihe l onri 
house iu Owin^sville, Bath eounly, 
Ky., seU t« tia h«heat bidder Ihe 
("llowinp deseriliea irarvel of land, 
itnate in Bath eoniity, Kentneky. 
on the waters of Pi-elea Oak Cheek 
ana known as lot No. 2 on the plat 
of Kurrey tiled in said eaae. Boniid- 
I ll !iy lu'iriniiiiij: al j slaki' in llarl's 
line in feuee ;ii Fit;. 1^ plat: 
thenae B7i'%JE 13.M ehaia. ta stake 
at Fip. 4, a eonier with Hart; theiiep 
^ ■^7*2, K 7.21 eliaiiis to oak stump 



at F%. 5; tlwBee Karth 8SV^ B 18.47 

atl%.l 



Peatman's Whittle Quiets. 

There are few iimirs in Iln- ila.v 
when n New York a] aitnu-nl lioiise Is 
fn-e from imi-i-. ri iiiiirk- tin- Sim. nl 
Ihilt elty. IM:in.is ami |il umiura |ili- 
,inil iiiii-lr li-s.-ii- ami oiiliiiir.v liii 
iiiiiii rai'ket riiiii riliiite to tin- voliiiin 
of s. nil. I Unit lloats tliioni.'li ilie liiillil- 
iiit'. Kill lln-re are a I'l-w iiioiiieiits in 
i-\ery ilay when alisolute alienee 
relKiis. a silence brouphi by tlie ahrill 
whistle of the iiOKlnian. Jaat aa sure- 
ly as Ihe traffic iMdioeawa's whtatie 
slops Ibe atiwaai of ttaae doea the 
iMistmaati wiiMie stop the onllnar - 
notaea aC the day. AH ht the bulMinu 
Hatca lateatly hi the bape tluit tlieir 
own aamea will be called tiat. The 
iKistman departa— aad the tf ps n ury 



Sarcasm Is Not VVlt. 

Native wit loses iiolliln;; wln ii It Is 
li-iiii.i-n-il l y 1 .iiirlis.i . .V smari ;:lrl 

who-l' spi'l-ill lias Ill-MT lll'i-ll ^ov- 
I'lni'l li.v ri'stiailil is liiiMi- in .l'':;i-li- 
erale inln I lial sm i^il ti n --i , tin- 
"li-llion," wliiM' i'M'r.\ 1 ..Miiiiitil is lil;i- 
iiiliiiy ari-l. i ln-ri- an- ran- m-i asioiis 
wlii-n s:in :i-ni is as nii-ilfiil as a sur- 
;;eon's lain i-, iiiit who wauls to lie op- 
i-rati-il iHi uiiiiecessurlly ? ''Miss 
UBynie coaid nae Innr tnaipie with 
telllnE effect— la then an Irish waaau 
wba caaaott— bat her cntUag phraacs 
were rea sr s s d fur the craei and the 
fnlne." Then; la Dongfaw aoUrinp's 
Krapide plnraalm. ia a inirtrait at the 
hararttrec pallt a naiaa wha aever 
■sea her weapon o( wit nafslfiy and 
discourteously. 



Meadow Lark Useful Bird. 

The ini a-Iow l.irk is a familiar tilrcl 
of prassliml iliroii'.'liniif the I'niti^l 
Stairs, .\liki- on i-a-lerii inealnus. 
we-ii-rn i-rjiirii-s s-'iitln-rii sn tn 

nas. lis I'l.'.ir iiipi- a-= swei-i .-iilI i-Iean 
as sil- i-r. I ' ly lie lii':iril In si-rinL', an 
no'tm im: tin- ri'ii'J'ii of tlie -i':i-oii of 
prm i',-:li ion .m-l '-louili. .AIoii- tlian 
half of the lark's fooil eoii-! ts of 
llll mi l lll iiMects. Its vecetabie food I* 
cnmi'o-eii of either nosioaa weetia or 
waate crain. aad the renmlwier It 
made i|  of aaefM heei l ea or aratral 
Insert SL 



IfMatical Maik 

In "Rod's CoaatTT." hjr J. O. Cur' 
wiMid, the aathor, who In early life 
was a hlg icame hunter, writes: "I 

wl.sli that some tnlslity |M)wer woiilil 
rise that roiilil show to man liow liiili- 
and how ln.il:.n!ti. am he is. ( iil\ 
therein. I think. . .-i;!.! tl ,- ili..rii- an. I 
hrinihh's hi" i.-iki'ii oiu of i!iat p.ith 

1.1 p.'; ;iml   i-iil I'tll nii'lit w liirh li.- 

woiihl i:ke III Iiml. ami w.niiil ti:i.| It 
111- wi-ri- not Minili'.l liv liis own im 
porlaii.iv III- is llll- -;ii|iri'iiie e;i-i-t 
,in.| ni."i..ii.iii-i. IK- ii-nri'it anil s.-lf- 
siiHirii p.ry are al li;i— s aliiii s| hlas 
plienions. ||i- Is tin- liiiniiin peaem-li. 
piifTeil up, inllateik lliislieil in the eon 
vii-lhw that everythlni; In the universe 
was made for blni. He pnea out am! 
marders ndUhina of hia kiad with his 
arleatiae Inreatiaan; yet be calls « 
tiser had aad a peat hrraast Ihe liiter 
oeraslnnally fcllla Ihe two^cpged thini: 
that hunts it." 



Love at First Sight. 

Iilsraeli umlouliteilly was L-^r ':if .it 
pampering: a iim-in. .lohn yiii|i|li-;on 
Miirry, at this hiii- ilay. limls ihal In 
was fiinn  In ilio loM- inakiii:: of l is 
lnMik pii'pli-. Mr. .Miirry siinlii-il lln 
ease of I'lnlimiml .-iml llininlla li 
"lli-nrii-lla 'I'l'iiiph-.' ami !iri:i,iii- ion 
vinn-il that i-itin-r "1 "i-rai-li iiMrn l--i' 
to eiiiiilale Shakispian", wliiih wa- 
nisli ill till- extri-iiie, or that lie Inn 
fi'i-potien Sbakeapeare. which v,a- 
earelesn." For one tlilnp. Ihe Ki nil 
Hand of Henrietta eu-laliaeil. "Then 
i« no love hat lore at llnst siiiiii.' 
which la at least an ia^wnreaient or 
the words of Ibe MwkeMpearean Kev.ii 
nand, lorcr of Miranda, who asked 
"Who erer loved that tared aot at 
ant alghtr 



Literary Snipers. 

LihrnrlHiis tiiiil that many rea-h-rs 
ileliulit in ilisroveriinr errors in riii — 
si. al works iiinl popular lii lion ami 
ri-'orilim: thi-in on lln- niaruiiis ot 
I'aL'is. 'I'tiiis it lias lii-eti imti-il tli.it 
ill ".\r.iiiml till' Worlil in | j-'lity I 'ax-," 
till- lierii iiMi'hi-s llis rliili as tin- i-hirks 
of tin' town an- striklm; "In iniiiiili- 
to to"; lliat hi •'.Monti- t'ri-lo," lln- all 
llior or translalor iiiakis ilie erew 
stand by to ilrop anchor I'nd leap In 
the Fheets fdmultaneously. Slid Itider 
Hnpgard wakra aa eclipae oC tiw aaiun 
take pine* wbca the usa ia 
New X«fc 



af 

wn a day coiae 

detect the fnnnlnesa of these Jurentl- 
Itlea and laugh at them, and by lauph- 
Ing at them destroy tlieiii? For yimt 
raee^ la its poverty, has unquestbin- j 
ably one r«»ally etfe -tlve weaTsm- - 
InuKhter. Power, money. |M rsiiaslmi j 
siipiilii'iillnn. |ii-rse.-nti.in — tln-se ear | 
lilt lit a iolo--:i' lniii;hii^'— ii!is|i it aj 
littU' — wi-:ii;i-n It a liuli-. i-i-ninry l.y! 
ceiiiury ! hut only Iaii;;liter i iin lilnwl 
It to ra:;s ami atoms at a hlast. — I 
Sa'.aii In Mark Twahi'S "Tht MyMlf j 
ous Straneer." 



One Knat Not for Him. 

Yon know the man who'll ti^it thf 
floi-k of (-lassmates who wonhl ii l 
your so\. wh.i hrinss you trainlnt: 
talile I'how iiml wears .voiir best In 
speitl-in 1 loll. Ill- sharps your rnon 
ami iriiatils \oiir hf.-. h.- is ymir ' 

l.lll N. .\. 'will'." r.ilt wl'.li \..|1 l.';i\, 

till- portals wiih- ami lion n-i; . I.'iin'- 
iloii t liMVi- |o liiiie, yon woinliT If 11 
hi'tii-i half wi iilil ;:lvi- ymir Imarx 
Jokes a laii;;!i. anil sianil your loinl 
e- f miilniulit snore, an.l swii-p .\oui 
aslitMi from Ibe floor. AllhoiiKb I'l 
like a beliHuale neat, my Imek don'i 
fancy le »cnld tvrt. And thouch I 
fear no hip eun's din. Pd hate to fan 
'1 nilliiiK-l'In. So when the cha|ilaii 
knots in i:lee. I'm Klad a knot Is no 
for mo. — .Xnnapolis I.oj:. 

One of Sicily's Beauty Spots. 
Sii'ily is oMi- .if tin- m.i-t lieiiiilifll 
Islamls' of Ihe .Mi-liti rinin-aii. am 
'faiirmi: II is one of lier 1110-1 In-aiitifu 
-[Mils. iirei-k loli'iiist- au'i-s a.'ri 
foniieil the early eolnny of Na\os ai 
the foii:hllls of .Mount Kliia. ami 0111 
of Ihal ■oloiiy eiiierci-ii the present 
Taiirmina. Ktna is still an uetive vol 
cano and )-' .:.. '-iMy snow cap| eil 
Tiionuiua b • .--n today luare a Ciri-el 
tbu an Itali.... .ity and the fimmii- 
theater in t^e  n nter «t the town w m 
bu'lt hy Orecka. Ibe anmistakaMi 
Ht "oiiio type liaiem en In the faeer 
vC • youths and' in the nieianehoiv 
eri I songa vt the pe) -"   ' - w orl^iiii 
In t....tr lesioa grorea or vineyards. 



ling Up. 

While Iloraee Mann, the fainoin 
i-ilui-alor. V, as siltin;: In his study on* 
.lay. an in-niii- man mahed Into tht 
riHim ami 1 lialleiiued him to Rshl. "My 
dear fell.wr." replbil Mr. Mann. 11 
-MiiiliI Klve me sr-at iiti-asare to a s 
1 oniiuodule yoa. ! nt I eani 4n It. thr 
oihN are an aafalr. 1 am a Mann by 
name aad a man by natnn- Ihaf 
two apainat one." "tWi. ••ome ahead! 
the insane man answered. "I am a 
man and a man ln-siii,- mj-i li'. I.ef nf 
four have a tlpht." — r- sion Tnin 
script. 

But It H.id to Bt Wound. 
.\ t.\iii. ;il. -iii'i'l.i. l-'.l. :il'-. rl mliiili-il 
sa\aiit from ;.:i ea-ii-rn iiniMrsiiv was 
a III. nil-, r .-f .1 i.-.'..I..Li.';il -iirM-y out- 
lit In .\riziii a. ( i.e inorniiii; he found 
thai his wateli wiis at a dead smp and 
Would net n-s|ioiHl to shuklnp. ni| - 
pim; sently on the lent pele nr any 
oiiii-r Mtimnlna. It waa a Ine rliroiMHn- 
eier morement. and the pnrty was 
depentlent on H for some of its oh- 
si-rvalhiiHi. so they sent Ilie "M pro- 
fi ss»r and a ki « | ier thirty miles hy 
uatron to a Iltth' town where tliere 
was a wiil.hniiiiii r. lln' waliliin-n 
der Ki-ri-wi-il till- usual liitle tail Jijhf 
ililH his i-\.-, u''-iu*'--l o.'i'ii till- 1 use. 
expliin-l III.- w-.rk- ^^;tli liis nut |.ii-k. 
i-losi-il tin- i-:i-,'. Iwi ti.'il Till' sl"in iiml' 
hiii!ili'il ir 1-a'k. nnmrkiiiL- \i-ry l'i-ii i 
1]^ : "i'lial's a line iiiov. 1111-111 — one of 
the Ix-st r\e Mill. I'lUt you'll ha  e to' 
wind it." 



The (iiaml fnUa e( the Uinndton 
Lnhrador are «a Iba HamUiea river 
(ntoo called the Grand and Ihe Aahn- 
anipl). TIda river rines In the Labra- 
ilor bichlands to an etevntion of 1.7ts  
feet, and after a prirtlpitmis . otirse of 
tiOO miles rninlies inin M.-i. iii- lake. 
Royal In^ish ^eeta. 

Aa nail|S|iiK bypath ill KiiLlisli litem- 
tare la the study of the iBiiir.x — or 

vpr«e written h\ s.-Mial of ..iir kiiitfs ■ 
and ipiieiis.   i riiiiiil.x lln- hi -t of mir 

royiil I Is ua-llriir\ \ 1 1 1, i f. :i - -•" ins 

priili:il li', Ul' ran ai ' i-pt III-' ir.iilii i"iril 
atit'iliii' ii'ii to him  *f ---xnal . !i:iriiitn;^ . 
soli:;-. I'.ilt till' lii-i-l \ oIlliiiitiMils MT-e j 
wrilir of llnlil nil was .la i.e- I, wlio; 
pillilisheil I'.Mi \..|itiiirs of pistry, and 
left many lliiii:;s in iiiaiiii-iTi).t 'i I1-- 
snhjei I is hroiiulit to our iiiitnl- hy llie 
fait liiat the rMHili-iiin lll.rary ha- Is 
sin-d, as a sn|i|ili'meiit to it- yiiarterly 
Uei'oril. live |Mieiiis liy James I. printed 
hi Ihe FeU type fraas awaaarripis la 
the library. • • • It la to he hapsd 
that some srhotar wM oae day 4*a aa 
a n fine nlHlsa af the » iims ■* the 
my si pedant. wiM, thiagh be waa not 
n grsnt poet, had at limes a 
riama that la aa 
Satarday Bevtew. 



Hophton tender, aear 
land, is one of Uie three ] 
elaini In lie the acene of tlM hatghtias 

b.v James I. In merry mood, of 
inin of beef. In the hall of thin man- 
sion is a tiil.le with a brass plate stat- 

Inc that laia.'-: I. on Willing In very 
hiintrx affi r liiintini: in tr.e adjoininp 
forest, found the Inef im appetir.inp 
that he knizlitnl It in apprp  '.?'i"n. 
while tlip liamini iin;: hall Ht Hoglit- n 
tower I'l.niains fin- old ,.:ik liitil.- ni 
nhirli .liiiins sat when In- kniuhted 
the sirloin, so the xl-iti.r tln-re is told. 



Ant "Workers." 
M.iny ants Ilvp for u nnmher ol 
years, !V' that onp (enerntlnn ninj 
tench another the protitHhlP arti 
whieh lead to the success of the am 
cnmmnnity. The "workers"— Ihe winr 
Icaa, nailevetoped females— tread tb4 
I MM aMt Ma a pa* 

mmr bp 




When the Bert Brain Work Is Done. ' 

In ei'iieral isstple's nieiitul »i'i'vity{ 
varb s from sea.-uai to season in the \ 
sniiie way im phy:-lcal aetlTit.T. imt | 
there la aa laterrstlnp dUferrare In 
sae respect, bi tiM Intitade of New 
Titrk, for esample. people do the best j 
brain work aboot the cntl of Novem- 
Nt or beelniiliii; of I  i'icmlH-r, that Is. 
a nionlii or six wer'is atler their 
pliysii-al sireimlh is irnatest. In the 
spriiii;. on the riMitrary. tin- best men- 
tal wurk is il.iae in .M;ir.h. a imnith 
or two lu'i'.-'r till- pii  - i' III -tri n;;T!i 
reiii'lirs tin- iii.iviiiiiini. This ini-an-i thai 
|ir..|'l.-'- liilmis are most stjiiilll:ili-i| 
In w-'.iih.-r -oiiii wli It 1 ii-iler lli.in that 
wlih li iiiii-i stimtil ti s lln ir l-iiiii-s. — 
Kroiii ' i'rineiph-s of Human Ibtil^ 
riiphy." 



Whieh Bcoly n^w? 

A Qnastioa that fa QiiiMir — 



The Cuuricr-Jouural 

LAR ;KST MltUNINf. CIKCrL.^TION 
OF ANY KENTUCKY NEWSPAPER 



KnjD.vs a nation-wide prestige and repaUUitm. 
It i.s os.sontinlly a iiapar faltiwifc BP— 

tir.st consideration. 

Maintains its own news hurfiui .it Wa 
fort. Memher of the .A.'i.^ociati'il Tress. 
With important !i "ji -lat ion coiiiinir liot'oro Contrress and the 
Kentucky (I»'nfr;ii .\.-.-;emlj|y in IICJ. the Courier- JournBl 
is the paper yoii uill ncod. 

I?y .-ipfi i.-il ;iri',it''onK'iit.-: wf .ni'o now aiile to ofTer 

The Daily C  urit:r-Journal and OwingsvilJe 



Until one yoar liv mail for only •'R.^..")0. Tliis offer applie 
to renewal.-; as well as to new siili.-Joriiition.-;, but only t-j 
jK'oplo livinir in Kentucky. Tenne.s.see or Indiana. New 
.stili.-^crition.s may, it" desireil. start at a later date, and re- 
newal.'^ will date from expiration of present ones. 

If yon prefer an evenin^r paper you may .substitute the 
Louisville Evening Times for the Courier-JoumaL 
your sttbBcriptioos to the Ovingbviik Outlook flflk*. 



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JOT IT DOWN 




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Tbaea Are 

Kiinter b five years oM aad ia de- 
veloping a spirit of ladrpendeecc aad 

rliolce that his fond dadily lores tu 
leli anout. Itusler Is alniut to have a 
new hirtliday and daddy eonsiiltisl him 
lis to !i!s dr.siri-s In the diriH'tloii of a 
liirlhilay present. Itnster wiili.iit 
mneli ilrlil-erallon askiMl for a  lo_-. 
"Whal liiilil of u llll-.: do .von waiii?" 
llsknl ilai!.|\ Itii-ti-r |i-'mli'rri| awhiU- 
aliil tln-ll :iii-w .-i-. 'l - ''' i' - l-h : "1 il-.n't 
rare what Kiinl of a iU  In- is. lie 
■ .'III 111- lli:; or siiiiill or loin; li.iiri-il or 
sliort halrnl or aiivthiii-,'. hiit ami 
llis |.~.U .-11 :i t.'ii- .'f t'r-:.lii:. "1 

ili'ti't want any JoUes. The only iiiiid 
of n dog I doat want in a imt deg.*" 



That wo ^6 the \ery best iiuc of 
^ commcrcinl printing and .it reasona- 
ble prieea. (iive M jomr next order 
aiui let us urove our assertion. 



Bear in nind, we want y— ^bwrf ^ 

*^ uc^ ^i, aiul propuhc' uiukiug ourtit'lvcs de- 
servinfi^. Are ytm with vm} '■ 




"Traveler's Trse" Largely Mytk. 

.\uiiHii: the romantic stories of far 
off lands that have ions malatalaed 
their cirenlathw ami emimai ailed 
more or less belief la tlmt af the 

"tniveler^i tree." credited trith fwa- 

si-ssiiii! a reservoir of iwre water llt- 
tiil to snvi* the lives of wanderers in 

f'a- ile-i-rl. .\n .\merl'-an si-ientist dis 
.l in-s. from his own e\pi'rii-iire, tlim 
the tr-1- uroHS only In ih.- ni-i--'hl.o.-- 
li'-oil of swamp-: anil -print's, an.l that, 
aIllioii::li it I :i- n .-.ir. -i'li'i* • :iiii..iiii: 
i-f «a;i-r in a In.ll .u al t'.-- I -i- ■ of Its 
li ;if. till- ,'i'!- ii.i-.i - I'- ,1 .,;.-;i-rri«. 
a^i'i- M'.;rial-I'' la-'r :iiiil. loii— -. is 
ili' i-r;. r 1 i . ..' : .'r '.  .'it 1 I m the 







MERCHANDISE 



DO mmmi 

Asks His Lady, ' TtTat fn: a Be- 
lierer in Carduii" — Had 



Orawatom;', Kaas.— 'Ars. C. E. Kea.it, 
hirmerly of llli.iois, ri»iJing ben, 3ays: 
"We nioveJ :o this slate eleven ye^rs 
1!!0, aid I h.^.i! ; nod bcaMb hwalcne 
will!:: .n'.ii tiien bo.ne ycH ar aa ago I 

had a bad sict; spti!. . . . 

"I got so-.'. C.Ik I couiJn'ti'o. I couldn't 
^taiid on my teet j'.all. I iiad to t;o to 
bed. I suffered a ;;rea: deal I wa's so 
nervous i fell I couldn't Kve. I tried 
medicines, .nnd everythinp; had the L.sl 
Ot attention, yet i wasn't able to ^et 
I lay for ihree months, not able lo uo 
anythiin;. 

"My husbind is a bill poster rod har 
circulars liisiributt-d. f)ne day there 
chanced to ho a Udies Birthday Almanac 
among his circulars. I icad it, aad toid 
some of thelMB^f iBflil mm a kaMe oi 
Cardui. . . . 

'i t?iiit all oihpr iretMc'ne^ rnd too'c il 
(Caidui) faiiiitiiiiy, and tv.o v.eel.:; itom 
the ttme I 'jesan to ta'ie Cwdui I was out 
of fid —belter Ih. ior months. 

"i kept il n o continixd to improve 
until I w :'J ,i V il .-itnatl. 

•'Do ; c u v, o!i. , i;ii 1 cm a bciiEver 
in C'.n'.if.^ \ c.-ri 'ii'v .i.ii. And I am 
sure tiiKie i:i no oe-tcr to&is made ior 
MC-W 



Our I'losiiii^-oiit • sail'   f nu'ri'lunulisf is 
now on. Our slock i,s too big tu note 
ftjieeial prie4«. Many Uiim|i are beipg 
sold at mneh lew tlmn wholeaale 

PRICES 

This stoek niwt be dhpoaed of in a 

short time, and we rely uptm the priees 
tliat wt' inakt' to ilisjiosi' of thi* ^.^ooil.s. 
Newest lull uierchundisv, etniMsting oC 

CLOTHING 






Underwear, Hosiery. Fieea Onodi» 

Ktibbers, 

Kvcrytliiug in our stock inusl jro. 
Jirfirly bnycr» get tbe beibt va&iMlb and 
sixes. 

GOODPASTEFI & CO. 




Owingsville outlook, 1922-11-23

4 pages, edition 01

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   Bath County (The Bluegrass Region)